Introduction.- Chapter 1: Past, Present, and Future of Social Justice Theory and Research Clara Sabbagh & Manfred Schmitt.- Part I: Disciplinary approaches.- Chapter 2: Philosophy of Justice. Extending Liberal Justice in Space and Time Lukas Meyer & Pranay Sanklecha.- Chapter 3: Sociology of Justice Stefan Liebig & Carsten Sauer.- Chapter 4: Psychology of Justice Mario Gollwitzer & Jan-Willen van Prooijen.- Chapter 5: The Economics of Justice James Konow & Lars Schwettmann.- Part II: The Justice Motive.- Chapter 6: Justice and Self Interest Leo Montada & Jurgen Maes.- Chapter 7: The Justice Motive: History, Theory, and Research John H. Ellard, Annelie Harvey & Mitch J. Callan.- Chapter 8: Belief in a Just World Carolyn Hafer & Robbie Sutton.-Chapter 9: Justice Sensitivity Anna Baumert & Manfred Schmitt.- Chapter 10: Social-Cognitive and Motivational Processes Underlying the Justice Motive Kees van den Bos & Michelle Bal.- Part III: Forms of Justice.- Chapter 11: Distributive Justice Guillermina Jasso, Kjell Toernblom, & Clara Sabbagh.- Chapter 12: Procedural Justice Riel Vermunt & Herman Steensma.- Chapter 13: Retributive Justice Michael Wenzel & Tyler Okimoto.- Chapter 14: Restorative Justice Ron Cohen.- Part IV: Spheres of Justice.- Chapter 15: The Psychology of Social Justice in Political Thought and Action Tobias Rothmund, Julia C. Becker, & John T. Jost.- Chapter 16: Social Justice and the Welfare State: Institutions, Outcomes, and Attitudes in Comparative Perspective Patrick Sachweh.- Chapter 17: Justice in the Work Setting Marius van Dijke & David De Cremer.- Chapter 18: Justice in the Couple and the FamilyDorothea Dette-Hagenmeyer & Barbara Reichle.- Chapter 19: Justice and Education Nura Resh & Clara Sabbagh.- Chapter 20: Justice and Environmental Sustainability Susan Clayton, Elisabeth Kals, & Irina Feygina.- Chapter 21: Inequity Responses in Non-human Animals Catherine F. Talbot, Sara A. Price, & Sarah F. Brosnan.- Part V: Beyond Justice Chapter 22: Morality and Justice Linda J. Skitka, Christopher W. Bauman, & Elizabeth Mullen.- Chapter 23: Social Dynamics of Legitimacy and Justice Karen A. Hegtvedt, Cathryn Johnson & Lesley Watson.- Chapter 24: Archives and Social Justice Research Susan Opotow & Kimberly Belmonte.- Chapter 25: Justice and Culture Ronald Fischer.- Chapter 26: Between Relative Deprivation and Entitlement: An Historical Analysis of the Battle for Same-Sex Marriage in the United States Ella Ben Hagai & Faye Crosby.
Clara Sabbagh (PhD, Hebrew University of Jerusalem) is professor haver of sociology of education at the Department of Leadership & Policy in Education, University of Haifa, Israel. At the heart of her work lies an ongoing inquiry into key aspects of conceptions of social justice that underlie the basic structure of society. She is associate editor for the journal Social Justice Research and served as President of the International Society for Justice Research (ISJR) (2010-2012). Currently (2014-2018) she is President of the Social Psychology Research Committee (RC42) at the International Sociological Association. Sabbagh's Erdos number is 4.Manfred Schmitt teaches Personality and Psychological Assessment at the University of Koblenz-Landau. Prior to his current affiliation, he was professor of Developmental Psychology (Saarbruecken), Statistics (Magdeburg), and Social Psychology (Trier). His research interests include emotion (guilt, shame, anger, jealousy, anxiety, disgust), social justice, personality and information processing, nonlinear person x situation interaction, objective personality testing, the joint impact of implicit and explicit dispositions on behavior, and the simultaneous modelling of traits and states. Manfred Schmitt has served as associate editor of Social Justice Research, Psychologische Rundschau, Diagnostica, the European Journal of Psychological Assessment, and the European Journal of Personality.
"I enjoyed reading-and learned a great deal from-nearly every chapter. ... I give much credit and appreciation to the editors for assembling a remarkably diverse set of authors, and of course to the authors themselves for their efforts to balance breadth and depth. Most of the readings are perfectly appropriate for assigning in graduate and advanced undergraduate courses, and I can strongly recommend this collection to all scholars and practitioners working in social justice and related areas." (Barry Markovsky, Social Justice Research, Vol. 30, 2017)