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Julena M. Bonner

Julena M. Bonner

Assistant Professor

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    Educational Background

    Ph.D., Oklahoma State University, 2016
    MBA, Oklahoma State University, 2013
    BA, Southern Virginia University, 2007

    Biography

    Julena M. Bonner is an Assistant Professor in the Management Department of the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University. She received her PhD from Oklahoma State University. Her research interests include behavioral ethics, ethical leadership, emotions, and workplace deviance. Her research appears in the Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Journal of Business Ethics, and Organizational Psychology Review.

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    Publications

    Greenbaum, R. L., Mawritz, M. B., Bonner, J. M., Webster, B. D., & Kim, J. (in press). Supervisor expediency to employee expediency: The moderating role of leader-member exchange and the mediating role of employee unethical tolerance. Journal of Organizational Behavior.

    Bonner, J. M., Greenbaum, R. L., & Quade, M. J. (in press). Employee unethical behavior to shame as an indicator of self-image threat and exemplification as a form of self-image protection: The exacerbating role of supervisor bottom-line mentality. Journal of Applied Psychology.

    Publications - Abstracts

      Publications - Books & Book Chapters

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        Publications - Fact Sheets

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          Publications - Curriculum

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            Publications - Journal Articles

              Academic Journal

            • Bonner, J., Greenbaum, R.L, Mayer, D.M, (2016). My boss is (morally) disengaged: The role of ethical leadership in explaining the interactive effect of supervisor and employee moral disengagement on employee behaviors.. Journal of Business Ethics, 137:4, 731-742.
            • Greenbaum, R.L, Qaude, M.J, Bonner, J., (2015). Why do leaders practice amoral management? A conceptual investigation of the impediments to ethical leadership. . Organizational Psychology Review, 5:1

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            Publications - Literary Journal

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              Publications - MultiMedia

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                Publications - Technical Reports

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                    Publications - Other

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                      Scheduled Teaching

                      MGT 3800 - Leadership, Fall 2017

                      MGT 3800 - Leadership, Fall 2017

                      MGT 3800 - Leadership, Fall 2017

                      MGT 3800 - Leadership, Spring 2017

                      MGT 3800 - Leadership, Spring 2017

                      MGT 3800 - Leadership, Spring 2017

                      MGT 3800 - , Fall 2016

                      MGT 3800 - Leadership, Fall 2016

                      MGT 3800 - Leadership, Fall 2016

                      MGT 3800 - Leadership, Fall 2016