Individuals in two separate studies participated in a self‐appraisal activity in which they were randomly assigned to three conditions promising different levels of potential influence on the evaluation of a written assignment. Self‐report data regarding perceptions of voice impact, voice appreciation, and procedural and distributive justice were analyzed. Results of MANOVA and regression suggest voice appreciation, measuring value expressive effects, was positively and significantly related to perceptions of justice, while the self appraisal's perceived impact on a valued outcome was not. However, the impact of value expressive effects on perceptions of fairness was reduced somewhat with higher instrumental possibilities for voice among undergraduate students. Implications for ongoing research and practical applications are discussed regarding the use of various forms of self appraisal.
Geddes, D., Merriman, K., Ross, G. and Dunlap‐Hinkler, D. (2003), "SELF APPRAISAL ‘VOICE’ AND PERCEPTIONS OF JUSTICE: EXAMINING THE IMPACT AND INTERDEPENDENCE OF INSTRUMENTAL AND VALUE‐EXPRESSIVE EFFECTS", International Journal of Conflict Management, Vol. 14 No. 1, pp. 23-41. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb022889Download as .RIS
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