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  1. Concern for the Transgressor’s Consequences: An Explanation for Why Wrongdoing Remains Unreported.Saera R. Khan & Lauren C. Howe - forthcoming - Journal of Business Ethics.
    In the aftermath of shocking workplace scandals, people are often baffled when individuals within the organization were aware of clear-cut wrongdoing yet did not inform authorities. The current research suggests that moral concern for the suffering that a transgressor might face if a crime were reported is an under-recognized, powerful force that shapes whistleblowing in organizations, particularly when transgressors are fellow members of a highly entitative group. Two experiments show that group entitativity heightens concern about possible consequences that the transgressor (...)
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