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    An Empirical Investigation on Firms' Proactive and Passive Motivation for Bribery in China.Xiaoyu Zhou, Yi Han & Rui Wang - 2013 - Journal of Business Ethics 118 (3):461-472.
    This research investigates firms’ bribery motivations in China. Based on resource dependence theory and anomie theory, we identify resource conditions as firms’ proactive motivation to bribe and firms’ perceived institutional environment as their passive motivation to bribe. We use the data from 2002 World Business Environment Survey, collected by the World Bank, to investigate firms’ bribery in the world’s largest emerging market, China. We employ a multi-level logistic model to test our hypotheses. The results show that unsatisfactory general and task (...)
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    LGBT-Inclusive Representation in Entertainment Products and Its Market Response: Evidence from Field and Lab.Yimin Cheng, Xiaoyu Zhou & Kai Yao - forthcoming - Journal of Business Ethics:1-21.
    A growing body of business ethics research has shown that firms are beginning to embrace the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community with internal organizational policies and temporary activism activities. Despite these positive developments, little research has examined firms’ LGBT inclusion strategy at the product level and whether adding LGBT representation to products helps, hurts, or has no impact on corporate products’ market performance. Prior studies have examined LGBT-themed and LGBT-vague representations and identified limitations of both. The current research presents (...)
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    Textual Features and Risk Preference Effects on Mental Health Education Among Teenager Students in Chongqing, China.Mengyao Jiang, Zuyue Zhang, Li Kang, Jing Liao, Shumin Wang, Yalan Lv, Xiaoyu Zhou & Xiaorong Hou - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    BackgroundMental health is a public health problem of great concern. Previous studies show that textual features and individual psychological characteristics can influence the effect of receiving information.PurposeThis study explores whether textual features influence the persuasiveness of teenager students’ mental health education while considering the influence of risk preference.MethodsFrom November to December 2021, a cross-sectional study was conducted among 1,869 teenager students in grade 7–12 in Chongqing, China. Wilcoxon signed-rank test, multiple logistic regression, and subgroup analysis were used to analyze the (...)
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    You Are Old, but Are You Out? Intergenerational Contact Impacts on Out-Group Perspective-Taking and on the Roles of Stereotyping and Intergroup Anxiety.Yanxi Long, Xinxin Jiang, Yuqing Wang, Xiaoyu Zhou & Xuqun You - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Perspective-taking is an important ability to imagine the world from another’s point of view. Prior studies have shown that younger adults are more likely to consider the opinions of age-based in-group members relative to out-group members. However, the cause of this priority is still unknown. We conducted three independent studies to explore the effect of intergenerational contact on younger adults’ PT toward older adults and the possible roles of stereotyping and intergroup anxiety. A total of 192 college students completed the (...)
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