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Moshiri K, Aghaei N, Poursoltani Zarandi H. Examining and prioritizing the dimensions of organizational justice of administration of sport and youth of Tehran province. JRSM 2013; 3 (6) :177-188
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The purpose of this study is to classify different dimensions of organizational justice of administration of Youth and Sports of Tehran Province. The statistical population of this research includes all employees of administration of Youth and Sports of Tehran Province (N=180). Statistical sampling was based upon the whole with an equal volume with relevant society. For the purpose of data collection, questionnaire of Chester & Tad (2007) used for organizational justice. The validity and content of questionnaires were specified by the comments of specialists and professors of Sport Management. Then, it was possible to find out reliability of mentioned questionnaire by the use of Chronbach alpha (&alpha=0.94). The research method is descriptive and reliable which was performed on field basis. Some descriptive indexes and KolmogorovSmirnov, single sample t, independent t, Pierson correlation coefficient and Friedman's classification test were applied for further data collection. According to the results, the average grade of organizational justice was 65.84±16.95, distributional justice was 8.19±4.04, procedural justice was 30.55±9.46 and transactional justice was 27.10±7.01 which are lower than average level accordingly. The results showed that there is a significant difference between organizational justice of male & female staff. Furthermore, there was not significant relation between the age and job records and organizational justice (p>0.05).  The results showed that there is a positive relation among distributional justice dimensions, procedural justice and transactional justice (p&le0.05). The results of Friedman's classification test showed that various dimensions of organizational justice are respectively as: distributional justice, transactional justice and procedural justice. It is clear that procedural justice rather than the other dimensions was run better by the administration. Finally, it was resulted that the administrators should pay more attention to procedural and interactional justice which had the lowest averages and by usingthea practical solutions provide understanding of justice for staff.
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Accepted: 2022/03/31 | Published: 2014/03/15

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