Two experimental tests of relational models of procedural justice: Non-instrumental voice and authority group membership
Platow, Michael; Eggins, Rachael; Chattopadhyay, Rachana; Brewer, Gregory; Hardwick, Lisa; Milsom, Laurin; Brocklebank, Jacinta; Lalor, Therese; Martin, Rebecca; Quee, Michelle; Vassallo, Sara; Welsh, Jennifer
In both a laboratory experiment (in Australia) using university as the basis of group membership, and a scenario experiment (in India) using religion as the basis of group membership, we observe more favourable respect and fairness ratings in response to an in‐group authority than an out‐group authority who administers non‐instrumental voice. Moreover, we observe in our second experiment that reported likelihood of protest (herein called “social‐change voice”) was relatively high following...[Show more]
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