Procedural Justice

1st Edition

Klaus F Röhl, Stefan Machura

Published May 23, 2019
Reference - 240 Pages
ISBN 9780367000950 - CAT# K393479
Series: Routledge Revivals

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First published in 1997, this volume explores how procedural justice, the fairness of the way decisions are reached, is an important factor in human behaviour. In this book we see the ways that it is important for the legitimacy of a political rule as well as for the acceptance of administrative decisions. The volume also deals with the interrelation between procedural and distributive justice and helps to identify criteria of procedural justice.

This book provides a long-desired overview of the multidisciplinary and international discussion of procedural justice. It deals with social psychological insight and empirical studies as well as with the contributions of discourse and systems theories. The books contributors also trace the roots of the present discussion to philosophical predecessors as well as formulate consequences for politics.


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