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Der Einfluss von sozialer Gerechtigkeitskognition und Emotion auf freiwillige Engagementbereitschaft (Abstract)


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Jiranek, Patrick ; Kals, Elisabeth ; Wehner, Theo:
Der Einfluss von sozialer Gerechtigkeitskognition und Emotion auf freiwillige Engagementbereitschaft (Abstract).
In: Riemann, Rainer (Hrsg.): 48. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie, Bielefeld, 2012. - Lengerich : Pabst, 2012. - S. 280
ISBN 978-3-89967-829-1


Although themes of justice and prosocial behavior have a long research tradition, the literature on the influence of justice perceptions on sustained and organized prosocial behavior is rather moderate. This study of 723 Swiss adults integrates and expands two established theoretical approaches – namely the reasoned action approach and the functional approach to volunteering – to investigate the relationship between justice cognitions and social responsibility ascription as well as voluntary engagement intentions in the social sector. The outcome of voluntary engagement intention is differentiated according to developed work psychological categories of activity, which are rooted in the differentiation of person- vs. object-related work objectives. The empirical results of this study account for the validity and predictive potential of justice cognitions as reflected in the explanation of incremental variance in internal social responsibility ascription of both volunteers and non-volunteers. With regard to the non-volunteer sub-sample, hierarchical regression and structural equation modeling substantiate the hypotheses concerning the suggested hierarchy-of-effects model and the significant role of the justice motive therein. The introduced motivational function of justice, next to the mediating variable indignation about non-engagement, mediates the relationship between social justice beliefs and internal social responsibility ascription. Furthermore, the motivational function of justice serves both as a proxy and distal predictor of the outcome of voluntary person-related engagement intention. Both practical and scientific implications of these results will be discussed in this contribution.

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Publikationsform:Aufsatz in einem Buch
Schlagwörter:Social justice; volunteering; theory of planned behavior; functional approach; social responsibility
Sprache des Eintrags:Deutsch
Institutionen der Universität:Philosophisch-Pädagogische Fakultät > Psychologie > Professur für Sozial- und Organisationspsychologie
Titel an der KU entstanden:Ja
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