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Handbook of Social Justice $195.00
Editors: Augustus Kakanowski and Marijus Narusevich
Book Description:
Social justice, sometimes called civil justice, refers to the concept of a society in which justice is achieved in every aspect of society, rather than merely the administration of law. It is generally thought of as a world which affords individuals and groups fair treatment and an impartial share of the benefits of society. It can also refer to the distribution of advantages and disadvantages within a society.
Social justice is both a philosophical problem and an important issue in politics, religion and civil society. Most individuals wish to live in a just society, but different political ideologies have different conceptions of what a 'just society' actually is. The term "social justice" is often employed by the political left to describe a society with a greater degree of economic egalitarianism, which may be achieved through progressive taxation, income redistribution, or even property redistribution, policies aimed toward achieving that which developmental economists refer to as equality of opportunity and equality of outcome. This important book gathers the latest research from around the globe in this field.

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Table of Contents:

Juvenile Delinquency and Mental Health
(Katerina Maniadaki, Efthymios Kakouros, Rania Karaba, Technological Educational Institution (T.E.I.) of Athens, Department of Social Work, Athens, Greece and others)

Community Justice and Public Safety: A Reconceptualization
(Kathleen Auerhahn, Caitlin J. McGuire, Department of Criminal Justice, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

The Unseen Role of Juror Bias: Implications and Alternatives.
(Len Lecci, PhD., and Bryan Myers, PhD., University of North Carolina Wilmington)

Distributive and Procedural Justice: Acceptability as Solutions to Social Dilemmas
(Michael J. Platow and Léan V. OBrien, Department of Psychology, the Australian National University, Canberra, Australia)

Towards Fair Development Rethinking the Difference Principle and a Look at the Foundations of Ownership
(Ville Päivänsalo, Department of Systematic Theology, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland)

An Integrated Rational Choice Framework of Juvenile Delinquency: A Study of Violent Act and Property Crime Participation
(Ambrose Leung, Ian Brittain, Department of Economics, Bishop’s University, Sherbrooke, Quebec Canada, and others)

Examining the Relation between Pretrial Juror Attitudes and Performance
(Bryan Myers, PhD., Brian Cutler, PhD., and Len Lecci, PhD., University of North Carolina Wilmington)

Roy Campbell and the Animal Father
(Obiwu, Director, Writing Center, Central State University, Wilberforce, OH)

The End of the Legal Withdrawal of Case and its Incidence on the Aim of Psychiatric Medico-Legal Institutions in France
(Philippe Rappard, Psychiatre des Hôpitaux Honoraire, Maitre de Conférence au Collège Hospitalier Pitié Salpêtrière de Paris, Ancien Membre de l’Ecole Freudienne de Paris
Conseiller Scientifique de L’Association Advocacy-France, Estampes, France)

A Study into “Senseless” Violence: Preserving Sacred Values and Moral Convictions
(Hein F. M. Lodewijkx and Mariska Dijke, School of Psychology, the Netherlands Open University, Breda, the Netherlands)

Justice in the Management of Evolved Dementia Patients
(C. Lamotte, J. Hournau-Blanc, Higher Teaching Diploma in Philosophy, Grenoble, France, and others)

Intellectual Property and Social Justice
(Ana Ramalho, Institute for Intellectual Property, Competition and Tax Law, Institute for Information Law of the Univ. of Amsterdam)

Social Justice and the Notion of a Right to Health Care
(Harry Moore, PhD., Humanities Division Chair, St. Gregory’s University, Shawnee, OK)

Social Justice and Water Sustainability and Management
(Brian H. Bornstein, Alan J. Tomkins, Sarah Michaels, Ashok Samal, Yunwoo Nam,
Sandra Zellmer, Kyle Hoagland, & David Olson, University of Nebraska)

Mental Health Professionals as Social Justice Advocates for Immigrants: A Systems Perspective
(Eric C. Chen, Kimberly Wong, and Lina Budianto, Fordham University at Lincoln Center, New York)


      Social Justice, Equality and Empowerment
   Binding: ebook
   Pub. Date: 2009
   ISBN: 978-1-61728-493-9
   Status: AV
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03.Chronic Disease and Disability: The Pediatric Lung
04.Fruit and Vegetable Consumption and Health: New Research
05.Fire and the Sword: Understanding the Impact and Challenge of Organized Islamism. Volume 2

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