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date: 18 February 2020

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In the current chapter, I review findings from existing scholarship on the intersection of culture with organizational justice. Major levels and components of organizational justice, and major levels and components of culture are outlined and examined for relationships. A unified nomological network is developed for how justice and culture may tie together with other major constructs from organizational science. Multiple levels of leadership, employee affect, and identification with both the organization and one's work team are included in the network with justice and culture as suggested predictors of multiple types of employee and organizational outcomes. Implications for are outlined for both research and practice on culture's relation to organizational-justice.

Keywords: culture, organizational justice, multilevel justice, multilevel culture, workplace identity

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