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Social identification as a determinant of concerns about individual-, group-, and inclusive-level justice

Wenzel, Michael

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Extending concepts of micro- and macrojustice, three levels of justice are distinguished. Individual-, group-, and inclusive-level justice are defined in terms of the target of justice concerns: one's individual treatment, one's group's treatment, and the distribution in the collective (e.g., nation). Individual-level justice permits a more narrowly defined frame of reference (group), whereas the other two levels imply a wider "inclusive category" (nation). Levels of identification with both...[Show more]

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Date published: 2004
Type: Journal article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/82809
Source: Social Psychology Quarterly

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