1 Introduction. Social Resource Theory: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow.- Part I The Basic Framework.- 2 Resource Theory of Social Exchange.- 3 Some Conceptual and Theoretical Issues in Resource Theory of Social Exchange.- Part II Conceptual and Theoretical Developments.- 4 Toward an Expansion of Resource Exchange Theory: A Facet Approach.- 5 Formalizing Foa's Social Resource Theory of Exchange.- 6 Social Exchange Theory, Exchange Resources, and Interpersonal Relationships: A Modest Resolution of Theoretical Difficulties.- 7 Attribution of Friendship: The Influence of the Nature and Comparability of Resources Given and Received.- 8 Understanding Status as a Social Resource.- 9 Moral Resources.- 10 The Structural Bases of Resource Distribution.- Part III Theoretical Integrations.- 11 Towards Integrating Distributive Justice, Procedural Justice, and Social Resource Theories.- 12 Resource Types and Fairness Perceptions in Social Dilemmas.- 13 Goods, Bads, and the Foa Resources: Analyzing Their Operation in the New Unified Theory of Sociobehavioral Forces.- 14 The Complementary Natures of Resource Theory and Interpersonal Evaluation Theory.- 15 A Biosocial Approach to Resource Theory.- Part IV Organizational, Institutional, Societal, and Inter-cultural Issues.- 16 The Emergence of Social Meaning: A Theory of Action Construal.- 17 Some Hypotheses on Cross-Cultural Differences in the Impact of Resource Type on the Preferred Principle of Distributive Justice.- 18 Cultural Differences in Resource Exchange at the Workplace: A Sino-US Comparison.- 19 The Positive, Sustaining, and Protective Power of Resources: Insights from Conservation of Resources Theory.- 20 Initiating Customer Loyalty to a Retailer: A Resource Theory Perspective.- 21 Resources and Transactions in the Organization's Underworld: Exchange Content and Consequences.- Part V Justice Conceptions and Processes in Resource Exchange.- 22 Limitations on Structural Principles of Distributive Justice: The Case of Discrete Idiosyncratic Goods.- 23 Predicting Reactions to Procedural Injustice via Insights from Resource Theory.- 24 Resource Theory and Restoration: What is Restored in Restorative Justice?.- 25 The Salience of Outcome and Procedure in Giving and Receiving Universalistic and Particularistic Resources.- 26 Evaluating the Distribution of Various Resources in Educational Settings: The Views of Jewish and Arab Teachers in Israel.- 27 Factorial Survey Methods for Studying Goods, Bads, and the Foa Resources.- Part VI Envoi 28 Where Do We Stand and Where Do We Need to Go?.
Provides new methodologies and context for Social Resource Theory
Provides a comprehensive and detailed explanation of Social Resource Theory, including a chapter by Uriel Foa, the founder of the theory
Expands on the previous limits of Social Resource Theory, providing new applications