Enacting Justice: The Interplay of Individual and Institutional Perspectives

THE SAGE HANDBOOK OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, Michael Hogg, Joel Cooper, eds., pp. 458-476, Sage, 2003

19 Pages Posted: 21 Aug 2008  

John M. Darley

Princeton University

Tom Tyler

Yale University - Law School

Kenworthey Bilz

University of Illinois College of Law

Date Written: 2003

Abstract

This chapter argues that principles of justice explain how citizens interact with social institutions (especially political and legal ones). The chapter summarizes the research on the origins of intuitions of justice, and describes what happens when the social institutions do and do not reflect these intuitions.

Suggested Citation

Darley, John M. and Tyler, Tom and Bilz, Kenworthey, Enacting Justice: The Interplay of Individual and Institutional Perspectives (2003). THE SAGE HANDBOOK OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, Michael Hogg, Joel Cooper, eds., pp. 458-476, Sage, 2003. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1238067

John M. Darley

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Tom Tyler

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Kenworthey Bilz (Contact Author)

University of Illinois College of Law ( email )

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