Deborah Rupp
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Putting the S back in corporate social responsibility: A multilevel theory of social change in organizations
RV Aguilera, DE Rupp, CA Williams, J Ganapathi
Academy of management review 32 (3), 836-863, 2007
Moral virtues, fairness heuristics, social entities, and other denizens of organizational justice
R Cropanzano, ZS Byrne, DR Bobocel, DE Rupp
Journal of vocational behavior 58 (2), 164-209, 2001
The relationship of emotional exhaustion to work attitudes, job performance, and organizational citizenship behaviors.
R Cropanzano, DE Rupp, ZS Byrne
Journal of Applied psychology 88 (1), 160, 2003
The mediating effects of social exchange relationships in predicting workplace outcomes from multifoci organizational justice
DE Rupp, R Cropanzano
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 89 (1), 925-946, 2002
Employee reactions to corporate social responsibility: An organizational justice framework
DE Rupp, J Ganapathi, RV Aguilera, CA Williams
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2006
Taking a multifoci approach to the study of justice, social exchange, and citizenship behavior: The target similarity model
JJ Lavelle, DE Rupp, J Brockner
Journal of management 33 (6), 841-866, 2007
The impact of justice climate and justice orientation on work outcomes: a cross-level multifoci framework.
H Liao, DE Rupp
Journal of Applied psychology 90 (2), 242, 2005
Three roads to organizational justice.
R Cropanzano, DE Rupp, CJ Mohler, M Schminke
Elsevier Science/JAI Press, 2001
Corporate governance and social responsibility: A comparative analysis of the UK and the US
RV Aguilera, CA Williams, JM Conley, DE Rupp
Corporate Governance: an international review 14 (3), 147-158, 2006
Assessment Centers in Human Resource Management: Strategies for Prediction, Diagnosis, and Development
GC Thornton, DE Rupp
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2005
When customers lash out: The effects of customer interactional injustice on emotional labor and the mediating role of discrete emotions.
DE Rupp, S Spencer
Journal of Applied Psychology 91 (4), 971, 2006
Applicants' and employees' reactions to corporate social responsibility: The moderating effects of first‐party justice perceptions and moral identity
DE Rupp, R Shao, MA Thornton, DP Skarlicki
Personnel Psychology 66 (4), 895-933, 2013
An employee-centered model of organizational justice and social responsibility
D E. Rupp
Organizational Psychology Review 1 (1), 72-94, 2011
The multidimensional nature of ageism: Construct validity and group differences
DE Rupp, SJ Vodanovich, M Credé
The Journal of social psychology 145 (3), 335-362, 2005
How leaders cultivate social capital and nurture employee vigor: Implications for job performance.
A Carmeli, B Ben-Hador, DA Waldman, DE Rupp
Journal of Applied Psychology 94 (6), 1553, 2009
Organization structure and fairness perceptions: The moderating effects of organizational level
M Schminke, R Cropanzano, DE Rupp
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 89 (1), 881-905, 2002
Customer (in) justice and emotional labor: The role of perspective taking, anger, and emotional regulation
DE Rupp, A Silke McCance, S Spencer, K Sonntag
Journal of Management 34 (5), 903-924, 2008
Angry, guilty, and conflicted: Injustice toward coworkers heightens emotional labor through cognitive and emotional mechanisms.
S Spencer, DE Rupp
Journal of applied psychology 94 (2), 429, 2009
Corporate social responsibility: Psychological, person-centric, and progressing
DE Rupp, DB Mallory
Annu. Rev. Organ. Psychol. Organ. Behav. 2 (1), 211-236, 2015
Employee justice across cultures: A meta-analytic review
R Shao, DE Rupp, DP Skarlicki, KS Jones
Journal of management 39 (1), 263-301, 2013
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