Online from: 1990
Subject Area: Management Science/Management Studies
|Title:||INJUSTICE AND ORGANIZATIONAL CONFLICT: THE MODERATING EFFECT OF POWER RESTORATION|
|Author(s):||Russell Cropanzano, (Colorado State University), Robert A. Baron, (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)|
|Citation:||Russell Cropanzano, Robert A. Baron, (1991) "INJUSTICE AND ORGANIZATIONAL CONFLICT: THE MODERATING EFFECT OF POWER RESTORATION", International Journal of Conflict Management, Vol. 2 Iss: 1, pp.5 - 26|
|Article type:||General review|
|DOI:||10.1108/eb022691 (Permanent URL)|
|Publisher:||MCB UP Ltd|
|Abstract:||This experiment investigated the causal links between injustice and interpersonal conflict. Previous research has suggested two possible explanations. One group of theorists has argued for a pragmatic model, whereby individuals engage in interpersonal conflict in order to maximize personal gain. Justice is, at most, a secondary consideration. Alternatively, others have suggested that perceived unfairness is a crucial element in conflict. The present study tested these two frameworks. As predicted, results were generally consistent with the justice model. However, the expression of conflict only took place when there was no opportunity for power restoration. Results are discussed in terms of the situation's impact on conflict behavior. Limitations of the present research design are noted.|
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