Organizational Politics, Justice, and Support: Managing the Social Climate of the Workplace

By Russell S. Cropanzano; K. Michele Kacmar | Go to book overview

About the Contributors

MAUREEN L. AMBROSE is currently an Associate Professor of Management at the University of Colorado-Boulder. She has published in such journals as the Journal of Applied Psychology, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Process, Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Journal, and the Administrative Science Quarterly.

TERRY A. BEEHR is a faculty member in the Ph.D. Program in Industrial/ Organizational Psychology at Central Michigan University. He is currently engaged in research on employee retirement, leadership, and occupational stress. He has authored two books on occupational stress: Stress and Cognition in Organizations (with Rabi Bhagat) and Psychological Stress in the Workplace.

ROBERT J. BIES is an Associate Professor of Management at the School of Business, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. His research interests include the delivery of bad news, the "litigation mentality," revenge in organizations, and organizational justice. He has published articles on these topics in the Academy of Management Journal, Organizational Science, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Research in Organizational Behavior, and Research on Negotiation in Organizations. He is also coeditor of The Legalistic Organization ( 1993).

DENNIS P. BOZEMAN is a doctoral student in organizational behavior at Florida State University. Mr. Bozeman's research interests include organizational politics, impression management, and organizational communication.

MARYALICE CITERA is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the State

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