Jones, Nicky (2011) Justice must be seen to be done: organisational justice and Islamic headscarf and burqa laws in France. In: Building Business Communities: Justice, Performance and Change Creating a Sustainable Scholarly Community Colloquia, 9 Nov 2011, Brisbane, Australia.
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This paper will discuss the two laws in the context of organisational justice, which looks at individual perceptions of and reactions to whether organisational change is morally right or fair. The paper will consider two components of organisational justice: distributive justice and procedural justice. Distributive justice involves notions of fairness or equity in relation to the outcomes of decision-making or the distribution of resources. Procedural justice is concerned with the fairness of the procedures which are followed when decisions are made.
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|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Muslim women; religious tradition; scarf; separation of religion and state; France|
|Fields of Research (FOR2008):||22 Philosophy and Religious Studies > 2201 Applied Ethics > 220104 Human Rights and Justice Issues|
22 Philosophy and Religious Studies > 2204 Religion and Religious Studies > 220405 Religion and Society
18 Law and Legal Studies > 1801 Law > 180119 Law and Society
|Socio-Economic Objective (SEO2008):||C Society > 94 Law, Politics and Community Services > 9401 Community Service (excl. Work) > 940111 Ethnicity, Multiculturalism and Migrant Development and Welfare|
|Deposited On:||11 Jan 2012 16:44|
|Last Modified:||06 Jul 2012 10:11|
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