Procedural justice, disputing, and reactions to legal authorities

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  • English
American Bar Foundation , Chicago
Judicial process., Authority., Social psycho
StatementE. Allan Lind.
SeriesABF working paper -- #9403.
ContributionsLaw & Society Association.
The Physical Object
Pagination27 p. ;
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Procedural justice, disputing, and reactions to legal authorities. Procedural justice [E Allan Lind; American Bar Foundation.]. Procedural justice may encourage people to feel part of the system, to be normatively aligned with legal authorities, to be ‘in it together,’ and by extension, perhaps, to act accordingly.

We need more work on identification as a mechanism of social influence linking procedural justice Procedural justice law-related behavior. MacCoun, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Direct Experience. The procedural justice literature documents the importance of direct personal experience in shaping the public's views of law and legal authorities.

Most citizens have had direct contact with the police; some have had contact with lawyers; fewer have participated in trials; and only a. with legal authorities and imbue the legal system with legitimacy will voluntarily abide by laws and defer to authorities.

Legitimacy can be built through procedural fairness. Procedural justice is the study of people’s subjective evaluations of the justice of procedures—whether they are fair or unfair,File Size: KB.

Procedural justice refers to the idea of fairness in the processes that resolve disputes and allocate resources. It is a concept that, when embraced, promotes positive organizational change and bolsters better relationships. justice of the procedures used by legal authorities to make deci-sions influence reactions to those decisions.

It is less clear what it is about a legal procedure that leads those involved to consider it to be fair.l The purpose of this study is to move beyond establishing the existence of procedural justice effects to examining this issue.

reported data in which procedural justice significantly predicted assess- ments of legitimacy and support for legal authorities, but distributive justice did not. National Science Foundation Grant No. BNS to the senior author supported this research. Research consistently finds that if authorities use procedural justice in encounters with the public then this will promote citizen cooperation and compliance with the law.

Recently, the importance of people's emotional reactions in response to procedural justice and injustice, and the subsequent effect this has on behaviour have been examined. reactions than procedural factors. letting parties in a legal dispute have a say—to A distinction made between distributive and procedural justice is central to the different perceptions.

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Procedural Justice, Legitimacy, and the Effective Rule of Law ABSTRACT 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 legal authorities use when dealing with members of the public.

This reaction occurs. Procedural justice. A potentially key area where practices may vary between MHCs and which may impact participant outcomes relates to procedural justice (Lind & Tyler, ; Thibaut & Walker, ).Procedural justice theory posits that one's satisfaction with legal or clinical interactions is primarily influenced by the quality of the procedural experience rather than the outcome of the.

Procedural justice is the idea of fairness in the processes that resolve disputes and allocate resources. One aspect of procedural justice is related to discussions of the administration of justice and legal proceedings. This sense of procedural justice is connected to due process (U.S.), fundamental justice (Canada), procedural fairness (Australia), and natural justice (other Common law.

Procedural justice is the idea of fairness in the processes that resolves disputes and allocates resources. One aspect of procedural justice is related to discussions of the administration of justice and legal proceedings. This sense of procedural justice is connected to due process (U.S.), fundamental justice (Canada), procedural fairness (Australia), and natural justice (other Common law.

The connection of procedural justice to legitimacy is direct for both the Supreme Court and for local courts and other legal authorities.

When judges act fairly, the public feels a stronger obligation to defer to their decisions and support the institutions they represent. Procedural justice research suggests that there is another possible route to effective social regulation besides punitive punishment (Tyler, ; Tyler & Huo, ).

This route involves treating people with procedural justice and respect. When people are so treated, they view law and legal authorities as more legitimate and entitled to be obeyed. This book has been cited by the following publications. “ Procedural Justice as a Criterion in Allocation Decisions.” “Procedural Justice, Disputing, and Reactions to Legal Authorities,” in Everyday Practices and Trouble Cases (Sarat, A., Constable, M.

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Allan Lind -- From temple to technology: the. Internal procedural justice refers. to procedural justice within a law. enforcement agency. It begins with the clear articulation of organizational core values: the transparent creation and fair application of an organization’s policies, protocols, and decision-making processes.

Two examples of internal procedural justice. We dedicate this book to John Thibaut. the importance to psychology of the concept of pro­ cedural justice and by his empirical work with Laurens Walker in reactions to legal institu­ demonstrating the role of procedural justice tions.

Even to praise Thibaut in this fashion falls short of recognizing all of his contributions to. reactions to the police. Instrumental models suggest that people’s willingness to accept and cooperate with legal authorities is linked to evaluations of police performance, to risk, and to judgments about distributive justice.

This model, the instrumental perspective, suggests that the police gain acceptance when they are viewed by the. This collection of essays brings together the very best philosophical and legal writings on procedural justice over the last half century.

Core concepts in Anglo-American jurisprudence, such as equal protection, due process, and the rule of law, are explained and criticized.

The articles collected in this volume deal with the distinctive branch of justice that involves norms and processes of. procedural justice have important effects on how people think about, and behave with respect to, the outcomes they receive in legal disputes.'s Procedural justice drives the satisfaction that people have with their outcomes, and also predicts future adherence to outcomes and.

Procedural justice is a legal concept referring to the fairness of the procedures involved in taking someone to court, hearing a case, and reaching a decision. When evaluating a case or a legal system as a whole to determine if procedural justice is present, people ask whether the procedures are fair and reasonable.

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Procedural Justice offers a theory of procedural fairness for civil dispute resolution. The Article begins in Part I, Introduction, with two observations. First, the function of procedure is to particularize general substantive norms so that they can guide action.

This video emphasizes the four tenets of Procedural Justice: Voice, Neutrality, Respect, and Trustworthiness. These tenets are modeled by the officer during a traffic stop and conversation with the driver of the stopped vehicle.

One procedural element consistently found to shape evaluations of procedural justice and inferences of motive-based trust is the quality of decisionmaking.

A second procedural element is the quality of the interpersonal treatment that people experience when dealing with authorities. 6 figures, 17 tables, references Main Term(s). The procedural justice theories recognize that people are concerns the process through which outcomes are distributes in groups.

The argument of procedural Social Justice In A Diverse Society book. By Tom Tyler, Robert J Boeckmann, Heather J Smith, Yuen J Huo. Edition 1st Edition. First Published Procedural Justice and Innovation: Does Procedural Justice Foster Innovative Behavior.

Bernhard Streicher, Eva Jonas, Günter W. Maier, Dieter Frey. Psychology Vol.3 NoA,Decem DOI: /psychA 5, Downloads 8, Views Citations. Allan Lind is a social psychologist on the faculty of the Fuqua School of has conducted research on procedural justice which is being used to redesign administrative procedures in Europe, North America, and other parts of the world.

E. Allan Lind currently works at the Fuqua School of Business, Duke University. Allan does research in Social Psychology, with a focus on the social psychology of social justice and fairness.

The central normative thrust of Procedural Justice is developed in part VI, Principles of Procedural Justice. The first principle, the Participation Principle, stipulates a minimum (and minimal) right of participation, in the form of notice and an opportunity to be heard, that must be satisfied (if feasible) in order for a procedure to be.Mastrofski, & Parks, ), research has also found procedural justice and legal socialization (i.e., legitimacy and legal cynicism) to be related to broader compliance with the law and reductions in offending.

In fact, there has been a growing body of literature on the effects of procedural justice and legal socialization on recidivism, crime.