An Empirical Study of the Effect of Organizational Justice on Psychological Resilience Among University Teachers

Muhammad Yousaf
PhD Scholar, Mohi-ud-Din Islamic University, AJK
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Dr. Zafar Saleem
Associate Professor, Mohi-ud-Din Islamic University, AJK
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Dr. Javed Mustafa
Assistant Professor, Khushal Khan Khattak University Karak

The aim of this study was to examine how changes in the independent variable Organizational Justice (OJ) impact psychological resilience (PR), which serves as the dependent variable. Moreover, the study sought to determine the extent to which OJ influences PR among university instructors. The researcher targeted all teaching staff at Baluchistan University of Information Technology, Engineering, and Management Sciences (BUITEMS), Quetta. A simple random sampling technique was employed, adhering to the methodology outlined by Mugenda &Mugenda (2003). Data collection utilized survey methods via the Google Forms platform, alongside personal visits and WhatsApp groups, with a total sample size of 184 university instructors, comprising 40 (21.7%) females and 144 (78.3%) males. Statistical analysis was conducted using SPSS version 27, incorporating descriptive statistics, ANOVA, t-test, mean score comparison, regression analysis, correlation, and coefficient methods. Correlation analysis revealed a significant and positive relationship between OJ and PR. Furthermore, regression analysis indicated a significant impact of the independent variable on the dependent variable. Specifically, OJ substantially accounted for variance in PR, as evidenced by the regression analysis findings.
Keywords:Organizational Justice, Distributive Justice, Interactional Justice, Psychological Resilience

An Empirical Study of The Effect of Organizational Justice on Psychological Resilience Among University Teachers

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