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    Endorsement of managers following accusations of breaches in confidentiality.Robert Giacalone, Stephen L. Payne & Paul Rosenfeld - 1988 - Journal of Business Ethics 7 (8):621 - 629.
    Two related studies focused on the effects that a questionable supervisory conduct has on the endorsement and vulnerability of the supervisor, as well as on judgments of supervisory morality. Male and female undergraduate and graduate business students were asked to read the account of a personnel manager who violates employee confidentiality concerning certain personality test results, but who has had a previous record of increasing or decreasing productivity. The studies revealed varying patterns of leadership endorsement, vulnerability, and judgments of morality (...)
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    Impression management, fairness, and the employment interview.Paul Rosenfeld - 1997 - Journal of Business Ethics 16 (8):801-808.
    This paper contends that impression management is not inherently a threat to fairness in employment interviews. Rather, regarding impression management as unfair is based on an outdated, narrow view of impression management as conscious, manipulative, and deceptive. A broader, expansive model of impression management is described which sees these behaviors as falling on a continuum from deceptive and manipulative on the one hand, to accurate, positive and beneficial on the other. While organizations may want to eliminate or discount the negative (...)
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    Justifications and procedures for implementing institutional review boards in business organizations.Robert A. Giacalone & Paul Rosenfeld - 1987 - Journal of Business Ethics 6 (5):399 - 411.
    The present paper describes a number of ethical quandaries facing the implementors of motivational interventions in organizational settings. A critical analysis of the traditional solutions to these issues within the organizational literature finds them lacking for want of considering unwitting cognitive biases and self presentational doublespeak, both of which may result in the rights of research participants being underprotected. The establishment of an Institutional Review process, loosely analogized from the biomedical and behavioral science research traditions, is suggested as a means (...)
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    Concern for ethics in social, industrial, and clinical psychology as reflected in textbooks and journal articles.Robert A. Giacalone, Brian Robinson, Lynn Gracin, Norman Greenfeld & Paul Rosenfeld - 1982 - Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society 20 (1):1-2.
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