Capturing the Participants Voice: Using Causal Mapping supported by Group Decision Software to enhance Procedural Justice

Date

2018-06-08

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Journal Title

Journal ISSN

ISSN

1865-1348

Volume Title

Publisher

Springer

Type

Conference

Peer reviewed

Yes

Abstract

This paper examines the way in which causal mapping, aided by group decision software, adheres to the tenets of procedural justice. Causal mapping workshops utilise a dual facilitation process that enables the participants’ “voice” to be heard. We demonstrate how a causal mapping process of investigation sur- faces authentic qualitative data by aligning the process of investigation with the principles of procedural justice as found in organisational justice literature. This is supported by a statistical analysis of the dimension of procedural justice using the responses of workshop participants.

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Keywords

Causal Mapping, Procedural Justice, Focus Groups

Citation

Kaur, P. and Carreras, A. (2018) Capturing the Participants Voice: Using Causal Mapping supported by Group Decision Software to enhance Procedural Justice. Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing,

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Research Institute

Institute for Applied Economics and Social Value (IAESV)
Centre for Enterprise and Innovation (CEI)