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The group-value theory proposed by Lind and Tyler suggests it is concern over long-term relationships with third party decision makers or institutions represented by third parties that drives people to base judgments of procedural justice on issues related to this relationship in addition to the distribution of control or outcome favorability. Group-value theory assumes that people find group membership rewarding and that information regarding an individual’s status within the group (or standing) is valued due to several factors including, but not limited to, an individual’s need for emotional support, self validation, and the acquisition of material resources. People are also assumed to be concerned with trust in the benevolence of and the neutrality of authorities; primarily to ensure that equal treatment by authorities will result in an equitable distribution of resources over time (Tyler, 1989, 1994).
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