THE INFLUENCE OF TEACHERS’ PERCEIVED

ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE ON ORGANIZATIONAL

CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOR IN CHINESE PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES:

MEDIATE ROLE OF JOB SATISFACTION

Xiao Junru

Dhurakij Pundit University, Thailand

Shandong Yingcai University, China

u4ru0h@gmail. com

Yi- Jian Huang*

Department of Education Management

CAIC, Dhurakij Pundit University, Bangkok, Thailand

*Corresponding author. huangyijian@yahoo. com

Abstract

This study aims at exploring the influence of teachers’ organizational justice perceptive on job satisfaction, then verify the indirect effect of job satisfaction between organizational justice perceptive and organizational citizenship behavior. The convenience sampling method is used, and 837 teachers from 10 private universities in different provinces or cities of mainland China are selected as samples. It is found that the organizational justice perceived of teachers shows a significant predictive power for their organizational citizenship behavior and job satisfaction. It also exerts partial mediate effects on organizational citizenship behavior through job satisfaction. 

Keywords: Chinese Private University Teachers, Higher Education; Perceived Organizational Justice, Job Satisfaction, Organizational Citizenship Behavior

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