Justice, Distributive, Definition(s) of

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"Refers to an evaluation of the fairness of economic and socio-emotional outcomes." (Grandey & Cordeiro).

"Is concerned with how goods, honors, and obligations are distributed within a community." (Calhoun, 2003).

Individual evaluations of outcomes received. (Grandey)

Glossary Source: 

Grandey, A., & Cordeiro, B. (2002, October 09). Family-Friendly Policies and Organizational Justice, A Sloan Work and Family Encyclopedia Entry. Chestnut Hill, MA: Boston College.

Cropanzano, R. & Ambrose, M.L. (2001). Procedural and distributive justice are more similar than you think: A monistic perspective and a research agenda. In J. Greenberg & R. Cropanzano (Eds.). Advances in Organizational Justice (pp. 119-151). Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press

Distributive Justice. (2002). In Craig Calhoun, (Ed.), Dictionary of the social sciences in politics and social sciences. UK: Oxford University Press, Inc. Internet Explorer. www.oxfordreference.com (13 June 2003).

As defined by Grandey citing Leventhal:
Leventhal, G.S. (1976). The distribution of rewards and resources in groups and organizations. In L. Berkowitz & E. Walster (Eds.). Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, Vol 9 (pp. 91-131). New York: Academic Press.