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  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Examining Double Standards in Layoff Preferences and Expectations for Gender, Age, and Ethnicity When Violating the Social Norm of Vaccination

    Whether vaccination refusal is perceived as a social norm violation that affects layoff decisions has not been tested. Also unknown is whether ascribed low-status groups are subject to double standards when they violate norms, experiencing stronger sanctions in layoff preferences and expectations, and whether work performance attenuates such sanctioning. Therefore, we study layoff preferences and expectations ...

    In: Scientific Reports 14 (2024), 39, 14 S. | Cristóbal Moya, Sebastian Sattler, Shannon Taflinger, Carsten Sauer
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    Gender Differences in Fairness Evaluations of Own Earnings in 28 European Countries

    Women tend to evaluate their own pay more favorably than men. Contented women are speculated to not seek higher wages, thus the ‘paradox of the contented female worker’ may contribute to persistent gender pay differences. We extend the literature on gender differences in pay evaluations by investigating fairness evaluations of own earnings and underlying conceptions of fair earnings, providing a closer ...

    In: European Societies 25 (2023), 1, S. 107-131 | Jule Adriaans, Matteo Targa
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    The Inequity Z: Income Fairness Perceptions in Europe across the Income Distribution

    Using data from the European Social Survey, we examine income fairness evaluations of 17,605 respondents from 28 countries. Respondents evaluated the fairness of their own incomes as well as the fairness of the incomes of the top and bottom income deciles in their countries. Depicted on a single graph, these income fairness evaluations take on a Z-shaped form, which we call the "inequity Z". The inequity ...

    In: Socius (2023), 9, S. 1-3 | Fabian Kalleitner, Sandra Bohmann
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