Organizational supports and organizational deviance: The mediating role of organization-based self-esteem
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- Hsieh, Hui-Hsien & Wang, Yau-De, 2016. "Linking perceived ethical climate to organizational deviance: The cognitive, affective, and attitudinal mechanisms," Journal of Business Research, Elsevier, vol. 69(9), pages 3600-3608.
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KeywordsOrganization-based self-esteem Organizational deviance Belongingness theory Organizational supports;
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