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ISJP1 Project Publications by Participants

 

 

The following publications were based on data collected from the first round of the International Social Justice Project (ISJP1), fielded in 1991.

 

 

Collaborative Project Volume

Kluegel, James R., David S. Mason and Bernd Wegener, eds. 1995. Social Justice and Political Change: Public Opinion in Capitalist and Post-Communist States. New York: Aldine DeGruyter.

  • Contents:

    1. The International Social Justice Project

  • James R. Kluegel, David S. Mason and Bernd Wegener
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    Part I. Justice in Political Perspective

    2. Distributive Justice: Does it Matter What the People Think?

  • Adam Swift, Gordon Marshall, Carole Burgoyne and David Routh
  • 3. Justice, Socialism and Participation in the Postcommunist States

  • David S. Mason
  • 4. Justice Beliefs and Support for the Welfare State in Advanced Capitalism

  • James R. Kluegel and Masaru Miyano
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    Part II. Microjustice

    5. Comparative Referential Structures, System Legitimacy, and Justice Sentiments: An International Comparison

  • Duane F. Alwin, Galin Gornev and Ludmila Khakhulina, with the collaboration of Vojko Antoncic, Wil Arts, Bogdan Cichomski and Piet Hermkens
  • 6. Justice Evaluations and Income Distribution

  • Wil Arts, Piet Hermkens and Peter van Wijck
    1. Justice Psychophysics in the Real World: Comparing Income Justice and Income Satisfaction in East and West Germany
    2. Bernd Wegener and Susanne Steinmann
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    Part III. Ideology and Justice

    8. Accounting for the Rich and the Poor: Existential Justice in Comparative Perspective

  • James R. Kluegel, Gyorgy Csepeli, Tamas Kolosi, Antal Orkeny, and Maria Nemenyi
    1. Egalitarian vs. Inegalitarian Principles of Distributive Justice

      James R. Kluegel and Petr Mateju

    2. Dominant Ideologies and the Variation of Distributive Justice Norms: A Comparison of East and West Germany and the United States
    3. Bernd Wegener and Stefan Liebig
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    Part IV. Social Structures and Justice Beliefs

    11. Hierarchical and Social Closure Conceptions of Distributive Social Justice: A Comparison of East and West Germany

  • Bernd Wegener and Stefan Liebig
    1. The Caring But Unjust Women? A Comparative Study of Gender Differences in Perceptions of Social Justice in Four Countries
    2. Pamela Davidson, Susanne Steinmann, and Bernd Wegener
  • Appendix: Methods of the International Social Justice Project
  • Duane Alwin and Bernd Wegener
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    Other Project Publications

     

    Alwin, Duane F., David M. Klingel and Merilynn Dielman. 1993. International Social Justice Project: Documentation and Codebook. Ann Arbor: Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan.

    Antoncic, Vojko A. 1992. "Perceptions of Justice in the Slovene Population: Between Tradition and Innovation." In Ivan Svetlik, ed., Social Policy in Slovenia, pp. 33-53. Avebury.

    Antoncic, Vojko A. 1993. "Conceptions and Perceptions of Justice in Yugoslavia." In Jacek Szmatka, Zdzislaw Mach and Janusz Mucha, eds., Eastern European Societies on the Threshold of Change. New York: Mellen.

    Antoncic, Vojko A. 1993. "Distributivna pravicnost: Mnenja v slovenski populaciji" [Distributive Justice: Opinions in the Slovene Population]. Teorija in Praksa 30: 46-53.

    Arts, W. and P. Hermkens. 1994. "De eerlijke verdeling van huishoudelijke taken: percepties en oordelen" [Sharing household chores fairly: perceptions and judgments] Mens en Maatschappij 69: nr. 2: 147-168.

    Arts, W., P. Hermkens and P. van Wijck. 1992. "The Capricious Respondent: The Framing of Justice Principles and Judgments Revisited." Working Papers of the International Survey on Social Justice. Indianapolis: Butler University.

    Arts, W., P. Hermkens and P. van Wijck. 1993. "Shall the twain ever meet? Perceptions of Justice in East and West." Research Memorandum 93.08. Leiden University, Center for Research in Public Economics.

    Arts, W., P. Hermkens and P. van Wijck. 1994. "Anomie, onrechtvaardigheid en ontevredenheid in Oost-Europa." In W. Arts and J.L. Peschar, eds., Om de Oost, pp. 17-34. Houten.

    Arts, W., P. Hermkens and P. van Wijck. 1995. "Anomie, Distributive Injustice and Dissatisfaction with Material Well-Being in Eastern Europe; A Comparative Study." International Journal of Comparative Sociology 36, nr. 1-2: 1-16.

    Burgoyne, Carole, Gordon Marshall and Adam Swift. 1993. "Inconsistency in Beliefs About Distributive Justice: A Cautionary Note." Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour 23, no. 4 (December).

    Cichomski, Bogdan, Wieslawa Kozek, Pawel Morawski and Witold Morawski. 2001. Sprawiedliwosc Spoleczna: Polska Lat Dziewiecdziesiatych [Social Justice: Poland in the 1990s}. Warsaw: Wydawnictwo Naukowe Scholar. [includes 1997 data from Poland to compare to 1991 ISJP data].

    Csepeli, Gyorgy, Tamas Kolosi, Maria Nemenyi and Antal Orkeny. 1992. "A gazdagsag es szegenyseg okaira adott magyarazatok rejtett normativ szempontjai Magyarorszagon" [Hidden Normative Explanations for Wealth and Poverty in Hungary], Szociologiai Szemle 1992/93, pp. 21-42.

    Csepeli, Gyorgy, Tamas Kolosi, Maria Nemenyi, and Antal Orkeny. 1993. "Our Futureless Values: The Forms of Justice and Injustice Perceptions in Hungary in 1991." Social Research 60: 865-892.

    Csepeli Gyorgy, Maria Nemenyi, and Antal Orkeny. 1992. "Jovotlen ertekeink" [Our Futureless Values]. In R. Andorka, T. Kolosi and Gy. Vukovics, eds., Tarsadalmi Riport 1992. Budapest: Tarki.

    Csepeli, Gyorgy and Antal Orkeny. 1992. "From Unjust Equality to Just Inequality." The New Hungarian Quarterly 36, nr. 126: 71-77.

    Csepeli, Gyorgy and Antal Orkeny. 1992. "Social Change, Political Beliefs and Everyday Expectations in Hungarian Society." Knowledge and Policy 5, nr. 2 (Summer): 68-77.

    Csepeli, Gyorgy and Antal Orkeny. 1993. "Igazsagok vasara" (The Vanity Fair of Justice). Lettre Internationale, nr. 11: 43-46.

    Csepeli, Gyorgy and Antal Orkeny. 1994. "Social Change, Political Beliefs, and Everyday Expectations in Hungarian Society: A Comparative View." In J.M. Kovacs, ed., Transition to Capitalism? The Communist Legacy in Eastern Europe. New Brunswick,: Transaction Publishers. pp. 259-274.

    Csepeli, Gyorgy and Antal Orkeny. 1995. "Politikai aramlotak percepcija napjjainkban, az ertekek es fogalmak valtozasa tukreben" (Perception of political orientations in Hungary through the changes of values and themes). In M. Boka, ed., Tarsadalmunk (Szemely)azanossaga. Szekesfehervar, pp. 105-124.

    Graaf, N.D. de, W. Ultee, W. Arts and P. Hermkens. 1994. "Klassenstructuren en politieke culturen; een vergelijking van enkele Oost- en Westeuropese landen aan het begin van de jaren negentig." In W. Arts and J.L. Peschar, eds., Om de Oost, pp. 35-53. Houten.

    Hermkens, P.L.J. and W.A. Arts. 1992. Wat ieder toekomt. Het beeld van inkomensongelijkheid en inkomensrechtvaardigheid in Nederland [To each his due: Perceptions of income inequality and fairness of incomes in the Netherlands]. Utrecht: ISOR.

    Kluegel, James R. and David S. Mason. 1997. Political Involvement in Transition: Who Participated in Central and Eastern Europe? In Wil Arts, ed., Journal of Comparative Sociology, forthcoming.

    Kluegel, James R., David S. Mason and Bernd Wegener, eds. 1995. Social Justice and Political Change: Public Opinion in Capitalist and Post-Communist States. New York: Aldine deGruyter.

    Liebig, S. 1993. "Gerechtigkeitseinschaetzung und Legitimation im Vereinigungsprozess: Die Rolle des grenznahen Wohnorts in der ehemaligen DDR" [Justice Attitudes in Transition: Regional Aspects of German Unification]. Berliner Journal fuer Soziologie 3:57­73.

    Liebig, S. 1995. "Primaere und sekundaere Ideologien: Ein Vergleich von Gerechtigkeitsvorstellungen in Deutschland und den Vereinigten Staaten." [Primary and secondary ideologies: a comparison of justice beliefs in Germany and the United States]. Pp. 265-93 in Hans-Peter Mueller and Bernd Wegener, eds., Soziale Ungleichheit und soziale Gerechtigkeit. Opladen: Leske + Budrich.

    Marshall, Gordon. 1996. Was Communism Good for Social Justice? A Comparative Analysis of the two Germanies. British Journal of Sociology 47, no. 3 (September): 397-420.

    Marshall, Gordon, Stephen Roberts and Carole Burgoyne. 1996. Social class and underclass in Britain and the USA. British Journal of Sociology 47, no. 1 (March): 22-44.

    Marshall, Gordon and Adam Swift. 1993. "Social Class and Social Justice." British Journal of Sociology 44: 187-211.

    Marshall, Gordon, Adam Swift and Stephen Roberts. 1997. Against the Odds? Social Class and Social Justice in Industrial Societies. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

    Marshall, Gordon, Svetlana Sydorenko and Stephen Roberts. 1995. "Intergenerational Social Mobility in Communist Russia." Work Employment and Society 9: 1-27.

    Mason, David. 1991. "Public Opinion in Poland's Transition to Market Economy." The National Council for Soviet and East European Research Report.

    Mason, David. 1993. "Attitudes Towards the Market and the State in Post-Communist Europe." The National Council for Soviet and East European Research Report.

    Mason, David. 1995. "Attitudes Towards the Market and Political Participation in the Post­Communist States." Slavic Review 54:2 (Summer):385-406.

    Mason, David and Svetlana Sydorenko. 1990. "Perestroyka, Social Justice and Soviet Public Opinion." Problems of Communism 39 (December): 34-43.

    Mateju, Petr. 1993. "From Equality to Equity? The Czech Republic Between Two Ideologies of Distributive Justice." Czech Sociological Review 1: 251-276.

    Mateju, Petr. 1995. "In Search of Explanations for Recent Left-Turns in Post-Communist Countries." International Review of Comparative Public Policy, Fall 1995.

    Mateju, Petr and Klara Vlachova. 1995. Od rovnostarstvi k zasluhovosti? (From Equality to Equity? The Czech Republic Between two Ideologies of Distributive Justice). Sociologicky Casopis 31 (no. 2): 215-239.

    Mateju, Petr and Blanka Rehakova. 1992. "From Unjust Equality to Just Inequality? The Perception of Inequality and Social Justice in Contemporary Czechoslovakia" (in Czech). Sociologicky Casopis [Czech Sociological Review] 28: 293-318.

    Miyano, Masaru, ed. 1996. Syakaiteki Kosei No kenkyuu (A Study of Social Justice). Tokyo: Report for the Ministry of Education.

    Miyano, Masaru. 1996. Nihonjinno Syukyokan (Japanese Perceptions on Religion), Journal of the Faculty of Literature, Chuo University, no. 165 (July): 27-41.

    Miyano, Masaru, ed. 1996. Nihonjin No Kosei-Kan (Perception of Justice in Japan). Report of the Institute of Social Sciences, Chuo University, no. 17 (December).

    Miyano, Masaru, ed. 2000. Japanese Perceptions of Social Justice: How Do They Figure Out What Ought to Be? Tokyo: Ministry of Education, Science, Sports and Culture. [includes data from the 1997 Japanese Social Justice Survey Project]

    Morawski, Witold. 1994. "The Dilemmas of Citizenship-Building." The Polish Sociological Review, no. 1.

    Morawski, Witold. 1993. "Citizenship Building in Former Socialist Countries." In M. Alestalo, E. Allardt, A. Rychard, and W. Wesolowski, eds., The Transformation of Europe: Social Conditions and Consequences. Warsaw: IFIS.

    Mueller, H.P., and B. Wegener. 1995. "Die Soziologie vor der Gerechtigkeit. Konturen einer soziologischen Gerechtigkeitsforschung." [Sociology before justice: Outlines for the sociological study of social justice]. Pp. 7-49. in Hans-Peter Mueller and Bernd Wegener, eds., Soziale Ungleichheit und soziale Gerechtigkeit. Opladen: Leske + Budrich.

    Mueller, H.P. and B. Wegener. 1995. "Gerechtigkeitstheorie und empirische Gerechtigkeitsforschung." [Justice theory and empirical social justice research]. PP. 195-218 in Hans-Peter Mueller and Bernd Wegener, eds., Soziale Ungleichheit und soziale Gerechtigkeit. Opladen: Leske + Budrich.

    Orkeny, Antal. 1995. "From Injustice to Justice." Balkan Network Newsletter, nr. 2 (April): 17-26.

    Roberts, Stephen and Gordon Marshall. 1995. "Intergenerational Class Processes and the Asymmetry Hypothesis." Sociology 29: 43-58.

    Swift, Adam, Gordon Marshall and Carole Burgoyne. 1992. "Which Road to Social Justice?" Sociology Review 2: 28-31.

    Vlachova, Klara. 1996. Pohled za pravo-leve politicke spektrum v Ceske repulice (A look behind the left-right political spectrum in the Czech Republic), Parlamentni Zpravodaj no. 4, 1995-1996: 157-61.

    Wegener, B. 1987. "The Illusion of Distributive Justice." European Sociological Review 3: 1­13.

    Wegener, B. 1990. "Equity, Relative Deprivation, and the Value Consensus Paradox". Social Justice Research 4: 65­86.

    Wegener, B. 1991. "Relative Deprivation and Social Mobility. Structural Constraints on Distributive Justice Judgements." European Sociological Review 7: 3­18.

    Wegener, B. 1992. "Gerechtigkeitsforschung und Legitimations­normen" [Justice Research and Legitimation Norms]. Zeitschrift fuer Soziologie 21: 269­83.

    Wegener, B. 1995. "Auf dem Weg zur Interdiszi;inaritaet in der sozialen Gerechtigkeitsforschung? Anmerkungen zu Scherer, Elster, Rawls un Walzer." [Towards interdisciplinarity in social justice research? Comments on Scherer, Elster, Rawls and Walzer]. Berliner Journal fuer Soziologie 2: 251-64.

    Wegener, B. and Stefan Liebig. 1993. "Eine Grid-Group-Analyse sozialer Gerechtigkeit: Die neuen und alten Bundeslaender im Vergleich. Koelner Zeitschrift fuer Soziologie 45: 668-90. [A Grid-Group Analysis of Social Justice: Comparing East and West Germany].

    van Wijck, Peter. 1994. "Equity and Equality in East and West." Kyklos 47:531-550.

    Wunderink, Sophia and Marinka Niehoff. 1997. "Division of Household Labor: Facts and Judgements." De Economist (Holland) 145: 399-419.

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