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TESTING A MODEL OF VOICE, CONTROL, PROCEDURAL JUSTICE, AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT WITH LATENT VARIABLE STRUCTURAL EQUATION ANALYSIS

Nace R. Magner (Western Kentucky University)
Robert B. Welker (Southern Illinois University at Carbondale)
Gary G. Johnson (Southeast Missouri State University)

International Journal of Conflict Management

ISSN: 1044-4068

Article publication date: 1 March 1992

Abstract

This study examined, in an organizational budgeting context, several important psychological processes surrounding procedural justice. Specifically, the study tested a causal model in which voice has value‐expressive and control‐mediated effects on procedural justice, and procedural justice has positive effects on organizational commitment. Data were gathered with a survey of production workers (N = 157) and analyzed with a latent variable structural equation model. The results supported control‐mediated voice effects on procedural justice and procedural justice effects on organizational commitment, but failed to confirm value‐expressive voice effects. Based on the findings, we argue that value‐expressive voice effects may be less prevalent than previous research has suggested.

Citation

Magner, N.R., Welker, R.B. and Johnson, G.G. (1992), "TESTING A MODEL OF VOICE, CONTROL, PROCEDURAL JUSTICE, AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT WITH LATENT VARIABLE STRUCTURAL EQUATION ANALYSIS", International Journal of Conflict Management, Vol. 3 No. 3, pp. 223-236. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb022713

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