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The Social Psychology of Procedural Justice
1. Introduction.- 2. Early Research in Procedural Justice.- 3. Research Methods in Procedural Justice Research.- 4. Procedural Justice in Law I: Legal Attitudes and Behavior.- 5. Procedural JusticeExpand
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The Role of Procedural Justice and Legitimacy in Shaping Public Support for Policing
This study explores two issues about police legitimacy. The first issue is the relative importance of police legitimacy in shaping public support of the police and policing activities, compared toExpand
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Why people obey the law
People obey the law if they believe it's legitimate, not because they fear punishment--this is the startling conclusion of Tom Tyler's classic study. Tyler suggests that lawmakers and law enforcersExpand
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A Relational Model of Authority in Groups
Publisher Summary This chapter focuses on one particular aspect of authoritativeness: voluntary compliance with the decisions of authorities. Social psychologists have long distinguished betweenExpand
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Procedural Justice, Legitimacy, and the Effective Rule of Law
  • T. Tyler
  • Sociology
  • Crime and Justice
  • 1 January 2003
Legal authorities gain when they receive deference and cooperation from the public. Considerable evidence suggests that the key factor shaping public behavior is the fairness of the processes legalExpand
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The Group Engagement Model: Procedural Justice, Social Identity, and Cooperative Behavior
  • T. Tyler, S. Blader
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Personality and social psychology review : an…
  • 1 November 2003
The group engagement model expands the insights of the group-value model of procedural justice and the relational model of authority into an explanation for why procedural justice shapes cooperationExpand
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Psychological perspectives on legitimacy and legitimation.
  • T. Tyler
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • Annual review of psychology
  • 2006
Legitimacy is a psychological property of an authority, institution, or social arrangement that leads those connected to it to believe that it is appropriate, proper, and just. Because of legitimacy,Expand
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Cooperation in Groups: Procedural Justice, Social Identity, and Behavioral Engagement
I. Overview. Introduction. The Design of This Study. II. The Antecedents of Cooperative Behavior. Why Study Cooperative Behavior in Groups. Instrumental Motivations for Engaging in CooperativeExpand
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