Author(s): Duygu Bora*, Burak Bora**
The aim of the study is to examine the relationships between dimensions of organizational justice (distributive, procedural, interactional)and psychological ownership. In the study, a questionnaire was applied to 395 employees in four- and five-star hotel establishments. Digitized quantitative data obtained were analyzed by using SPSS 23 package program. According to the results of the study, a positive significant relationship was found between distributive justice, procedural justice, interactional justice and psychological ownership. It has been concluded that as organizational justice increases, psychological ownership will also increase. In this study, the existence of the necessary precursors for the emergence of the psychological ownership phenomenon based on the extended self-theory in hotel enterprises was investigated. The study is one of the rare studies questioning the relationship between organizational justice and psychological ownership in hotel businesses. For this reason, as a preliminary study, the relationship between organizational justice and psychological ownership was questioned, and in line with the results obtained, tips were given to both literature researchers and sectoral practitioners to increase the psychological ownership of employees.