Analysis of Relationships between Coaches' Organizational Justice and Leader-Member Exchange by Structural Equation Modeling

Yakup Akyel


In this study, it was aimed to determine to what extent coaches’ organizational justice levels were explained by a leader-member exchange. This study was conducted by using correlational survey model and its sub-purposes were to determine the coaches’ organizational justice levels and to examine the differences in organizational justice levels according to their demographics. 230 coaches participated in the study. As a result of the study, it was determined that the organizational justice level of the coaches is generally moderate. It was found that coaches’ organizational justice levels did not differ significantly among their genders, age, and marital status; on the other hand, those levels differed significantly among their seniority and ranks.  As a result of the structural equation modeling, it was found that the coaches’ leader-member exchange level was a positive and significant predictor (R2 = 0.53) of their organizational justice level. 

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