2 edition of Equity: theory and research found in the catalog.
Equity: theory and research
Elaine Hatfield Walster
Includes index. Bibliography: p. 271-297.
|Contributions||Walster, G. William, 1941-, Berscheid, Ellen, 1936-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 312 p. ill. ;|
|Number of Pages||312|
In line with equity theory, more recent papers in behavioral economics, studying distributive behavior in situations in which people have earned the money being distributed, have found that the majority of people accept income inequalities as fair if the inequalities correspond to differences in contributions (13 –17). Thus, there is evidence. Social psychology Equity theory Equity: theory and research / Elaine Walster, G. William Walster, Ellen Berscheid, in collaboration with William Austin, Jane Traupmann, Mary K. Utne. - Version details - Trove.
The theoretical precision and research related to equity theory, as it is conceived by Adams, are reviewed. While equity theory is a significant step forward, the theory itself needs further specification. The research supports equity predictions in the area of underpayment, but the overpayment effects have not been satisfactorily by: "This book provides a rich survey of concepts of equity and points out the need for special methods for particular cases, many of them original with the author. The need for careful analysis of the value presuppositions is brought out in a clear and creative presentation."—Kenneth J. Arrow, Stanford University.
In the reading "Equity Theory and Research: An Overview" by Elaine Hatfield, she explains about the four propositions the equity theory is based upon. She explains that the first proposition is where individuals try to maximize their outcomes. For exam 5/5(2). John S. Adams developed the idea of equity theory in In its basic form, the equity theory of motivation implies that each individual is motivated by the concept of “fairness.” If there are unequal levels of input or output, either internally or within an observed group, then adjustments are made to create more fairness .
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a new construct, equity sensitivity, and proposes that reactions to equitylinequity are a function of an individual's preferences for differ- ent outcome/input ratios. The construct is delineated through a series of propositions, and implications for equity research in organizations are discussed.
Equity theory (Adams,) draws from. This book takes Equity: theory and research book wide-ranging approach to ways that various modalities and practices of research can contribute to an equity mission. Keywords social justice studies mixed methods scholar-activism equity in education case studies advocacy equity-oriented research critical theory queer theory positivism Action research.
Applying Adams’ Equity Theory to employee engagement. Looking back over our series, Adams’ equity theory ties in closely with those of Maslow and r, Equity Theory takes a less straightforward and more fluid approach than previous models; the employee can be content with their situation one day, but feel defeated the next.
These are the sources and citations used to research Equity theory of motivation. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on Wednesday Book. Berkowitz, L. Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, 3 Test of equity theory by controlling for comparison co-workers' efforts.
Organizational Behavior and Human Performance. The enterprise theory of the firm is a broader concept than the equity theory, but less well defined in its scope and application.
In the entity theory, the firm is considered to be a separate economic unit operated primarily for the benefit of the equity holders, whereas in the enterprise theory the company is a social institution operated for.
suggested that future research on wage inequity should focus more on variables, e.g., turnover, satisfaction, and recruitment rather than solely on work performance. The idea of “self-esteem” was extended into a more developed perspective of Equity Theory—the Equity Sensitivity Construct (Huseman, Hatfield, & Miles, ).
This perspective. The equity theory of relationships is based on a theory developed by workplace and behavioral psychologist John Stacey Adams. It explores the perceptions of humans regarding their inputs in the relationship and the outcomes they get.
The dictionary meaning of the word equity is the quality of being fair and impartial. This is what we as human. For low-income and minority students, education is the key to success and upward mobility. But evidence has shown in past decades that education has not been acting as the Great Equalizer.
AIR's work covers a broad range of equity issues in education, through initiatives including the Equity Project, the Breakthroughs in Education and Social Mobility Research.
In social psychology, a somewhat different and more specific definition of equity dominates most contemporary research and theory.
Equity, in its most generic sense, refers to those decisions rules that humans employ to define how and when a just and fair distribution of valued resources obtains between actors. Equity theory is a theory about fairness.
Its application to close relationships has been primarily advanced by Elaine Hatfield (previously known as Elaine Walster) and her colleagues in the book Equity: Theory and Research (Walster, Walster, and Berscheid ).
Equity Theory Summary. In essence, the Equity Theory of Motivation proposes that high levels of employee motivation in the workplace can only be achieved when each employee perceives their treatment to be fair relative to others.
Employees will compare themselves to other groups both inside and outside of the organization. Residual equity theory assumes common shareholders to be the real owners of a business and calculates their residual equity, or net income.
This paper will focus on examining equity theory, its propositions and underlying assumptions. I will examine the research on equity theory in regard to pay since it is assumed to be one of the essential and most important outcomes.
A critique will follow to determine the falsibility and utility of the theory. Finally, there would be summary and. The research of equity theory examined how employees would behave in reaction to inequity (e.g., job satisfaction) as well as the kind of behavior.
Definition: Equity theory, popularly known as Adam's equity theory, aims to strike a balance between an employee’s input and output in a the employee is able to find his or her right balance it would lead to a more productive relationship with the management.
Description: Equity theory is used in parlance of human resource management. Abstract The intent of this paper is to discuss some of the current research and opinion concerning, and to compare and contrast the strengths and weaknesses of, one of the more common theories of motivation, the Equity theory.
In addition, this paper will compare and contrast the Equity theory with another popular theory of motivation: [ ]. Adams' Equity Theory, which stresses the importance of striking a balance between employee inputs and outputs.
This theory of motivation states that positive outcomes and high levels of motivation can be expected only when employees perceive their treatment to be fair; hence the balance between the employee's inputs and outputs.
Equity: Theory and Research by Walster, Elaine Hatfield and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at departments need to pay close attention to this theory. The research problem is establish the link between equity and performance.
Bell observes that organizational equity theory is predicated on the assumption that is an employee perceived to be paid equally for work done when compared to those in similar categories, as well as treated equally in.In business psychology, equity theory comes under the umbrella of organisational justice, which is concerned with employee perceptions of a company's internal and external behaviour and how these perceptions fuel or change their own attitudes and behaviour.
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