Injustice at work and health: causation or correlation?

Kawachi, I.
September 2006
Occupational & Environmental Medicine;Sep2006, Vol. 63 Issue 9, p578
Academic Journal
The article comments on an article by J. E. Ferrie and his colleagues on organizational justice. It states that Ferrie and colleagues provide an independent test of low organization justice as a predictor of psychiatric morbidity within a well established cohort. It maintains that the authors also examine the effects of change in relational justice over time in relation to the onset of psychiatric morbidity.


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