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n Gender and Behaviour - Effect of gender and marital status on perceived organizational justice and perceived organizational support

Volume 15 Number 1
  • ISSN : 1596-9231
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Abstract

 This study examined the influence of gender and marital status on perceived organizational justice and perceived organizational support. Design of this study is cross-sectional as data were collected at one point in time. The research instrument was self-administered questionnaires. Two hundred and three participants were sampled from public sector organizations in Asaba, Delta State, Nigeria. The participants comprised 75 males, 128 females, 158 married and 41 unmarried. Their age mean was 40 years (SD 8.67). Data analyses revealed that males and females do not differ significantly in perceived organizational justice, t(df; 199)= .40 > 0.05, two tailed, Cohen’s d, . 05), perceived organizational support, t(df; 201)= 1.21 > 0.05, two tailed, Cohen’s d, .17), and that married and unmarried do not also differ significantly in perceived organizational justice, t(df; 199)= .14 > 0.05, two tailed, Cohen’s d, .03) and perceived organizational support, t(df; 198)= 1.32 > 0.05, two tailed, Cohen’s d,. 24). It was concluded that gender and marital status do not influence and do not have effect on the work attitudes.

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2017-06-01
2018-07-16

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