he Rotated Factor Matrix Table 8. is key for understanding the results of the analysis.

Factors arerotated so that they are easier to interpret. Rotation where different items are explained or predicted bydifferent underlying factors, and each factor explains more than one item. However, in cases wherefactor loadings tended to be close to one another or items load on more than one factor, varimaxrotation were employed. From Table 8 below, the ranking of items and the analysis of expressions revealed that in the firstfactor, a total of 9 items were ranked all of them constituted the informative justice dimension, alsothe first factor could explain 13.646% of the total variance which is known from the total varianceTable 7. In the second factor, total 9 items were ranked. All of nine items were those that constitutedthe distributive justice dimension.

Total variance explained by second factor 13.543%. In the thirdfactor, a total items of 6 were ranked and all are those consisted the interpersonal west justicedimension, and the total variance explained by the third factor is 9.431%. In the forth factor, a totalitems of 5 were ranked and all are those consisted the procedural justice dimension, and the totalvariance explained by the fourth factor is 8.974%.

In the fifth factor, a total items of 6 were rankedand all are those consisted the policy justice dimension, and the total variance explained by the fifthfactor is 7.766%. In the sixth faxtor, a total items of 5 were ranked and all are those consisted theinterpersonal east justice dimension, and the total variance explained by the sixth factor is 6.

518% . Inthe seventh factor, a total items of 2 were ranked and one is consisted the informational justicedimension and the other consisted the distributive justice dimension, and the total variance explainedby the seventh factor is 2.818%. Note that the analysis has sorted the 42 items into seven somewhat overlapping groups of items, asshown in the Rotated factor Matrix Table 8.

The items are sorted so that the items that have thehighest loading from factor 1 (nine items in this analysis) are listed first, and they are sorted from theone with the highest factor weight or loading (i.e., item INFJ4 Advance_explanation, with a loadingof .777) to the one with the lowest loading from that first factor (itemINFJ1Decisions_communicated_time). Actually, every item has some loading from every factor, but therequested for loadings in this analysis was less than |.

30| to be excluded from the output, so there areblanks where low loadings exist.