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To Whom Does Voice in Groups Matter? Effects of Voice on Affect and Procedural Fairness Judgments as a Function of Social Dominance Orientation

(2008) JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY. 148(1). p.61-76
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The authors investigated the effects of voice-the opportunity to provide input in decision-making processes-on perceptions of procedural fairness. In particular, the authors studied the moderating role of social dominance orientation (SDO) in shaping this relation. SDO is an important individual differences variable that causes people to favor unequal relationships within and between social groups. Results revealed that voice was more strongly related to fairness judgments when participants had a high rather than low SDO. Moreover, positive affect mediated this moderation effect. The authors interpreted these results to indicate that high-SDO participants were especially sensitive to voice manipulations because such manipulations enhance perceptions of control over group resources and outcomes. The authors conclude by discussing alternative explanations based on other fairness theories.
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MODERATOR, ATTITUDES, AUTHORITARIANISM, BEHAVIOR, PERSONALITY, JUSTICE, UNCERTAINTY MANAGEMENT, SELF-ESTEEM, COOPERATION, PSYCHOLOGY

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De Cremer, David, Ilse Cornelis, and Alain Van Hiel. “To Whom Does Voice in Groups Matter? Effects of Voice on Affect and Procedural Fairness Judgments as a Function of Social Dominance Orientation.” JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 148.1 (2008): 61–76. Print.
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De Cremer, D., Cornelis, I., & Van Hiel, A. (2008). To Whom Does Voice in Groups Matter? Effects of Voice on Affect and Procedural Fairness Judgments as a Function of Social Dominance Orientation. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 148(1), 61–76.
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De Cremer, David, Ilse Cornelis, and Alain Van Hiel. 2008. “To Whom Does Voice in Groups Matter? Effects of Voice on Affect and Procedural Fairness Judgments as a Function of Social Dominance Orientation.” Journal of Social Psychology 148 (1): 61–76.
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De Cremer, David, Ilse Cornelis, and Alain Van Hiel. 2008. “To Whom Does Voice in Groups Matter? Effects of Voice on Affect and Procedural Fairness Judgments as a Function of Social Dominance Orientation.” Journal of Social Psychology 148 (1): 61–76.
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De Cremer D, Cornelis I, Van Hiel A. To Whom Does Voice in Groups Matter? Effects of Voice on Affect and Procedural Fairness Judgments as a Function of Social Dominance Orientation. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY. WASHINGTON ; UNITED STATES: HELDREF PUBLICATIONS; 2008;148(1):61–76.
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D. De Cremer, I. Cornelis, and A. Van Hiel, “To Whom Does Voice in Groups Matter? Effects of Voice on Affect and Procedural Fairness Judgments as a Function of Social Dominance Orientation,” JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, vol. 148, no. 1, pp. 61–76, 2008.
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  abstract     = {The authors investigated the effects of voice-the opportunity to
   provide input in decision-making processes-on perceptions of procedural
   fairness. In particular, the authors studied the moderating role of
   social dominance orientation (SDO) in shaping this relation. SDO is an
   important individual differences variable that causes people to favor
   unequal relationships within and between social groups. Results
   revealed that voice was more strongly related to fairness judgments
   when participants had a high rather than low SDO. Moreover, positive
   affect mediated this moderation effect. The authors interpreted these
   results to indicate that high-SDO participants were especially
   sensitive to voice manipulations because such manipulations enhance
   perceptions of control over group resources and outcomes. The authors
   conclude by discussing alternative explanations based on other fairness
   theories.},
  author       = {De Cremer, David and Cornelis, Ilse and Van Hiel, Alain},
  issn         = {0022-4545},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY},
  keywords     = {MODERATOR,ATTITUDES,AUTHORITARIANISM,BEHAVIOR,PERSONALITY,JUSTICE,UNCERTAINTY MANAGEMENT,SELF-ESTEEM,COOPERATION,PSYCHOLOGY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {61--76},
  publisher    = {HELDREF PUBLICATIONS},
  title        = {To Whom Does Voice in Groups Matter? Effects of Voice on Affect and Procedural Fairness Judgments as a Function of Social Dominance Orientation},
  volume       = {148},
  year         = {2008},
}

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