Procedural Justice and Participation

@inproceedings{Cohen1985ProceduralJA,
  title={Procedural Justice and Participation},
  author={Ronald L. Cohen},
  year={1985}
}
Recent social psychological work on procedural justice suggests that people given the opportunity to participate in a decision are more likely to see that decision as just than those given no such opportunity. The operation of this “fair process effect” in legal settings contributes to the legitimacy of those settings and to the stability of their structure over time. A similar, limited opportunity for participation by experimental subjects playing the role of employee in situations designed to… CONTINUE READING

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