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Social Conflict and Social Justice: Lessons from the Social Psychology of Justice Judgments.

Lind, E. Allan.
June 4, 2015

Source: (1995) Inaugural oration for the Leiden University Fund Chair in Social Conflict. Faculty of the University, Leiden, the Netherlands, June, 1995.

Professor Lind explores some key psychological processes associated with social conflict. Specifically, he examines the social psychology of justice and the implications of justice judgments for social conflict and its reduction. He especially notes the sense of receiving a “fair process” in relation to satisfaction with court mediation and justice judgments.


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