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Research on perceptions of justice

Daniel Nina

Research on perceptions of justice

interaction between state justice and popular justice

by Daniel Nina

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Published by Centre for Social and Development Studies, University of Natal in Durban .
Written in English

    Places:
  • South Africa.,
  • South Africa
    • Subjects:
    • Dispute resolution (Law) -- South Africa.,
    • Neighborhood justice centers -- South Africa.,
    • Justice, Administration of -- South Africa -- Citizen participation.

    • Edition Notes

      Inlcudes bibliographical references (p. 18).

      StatementDaniel Nina and Stavros Stavrou.
      SeriesCSDS working paper ;, no. 9
      ContributionsStavrou, Stavros.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKTL1829 .N559 1993
      The Physical Object
      Pagination18 p. ;
      Number of Pages18
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL459322M
      ISBN 101868400336
      LC Control Number98176986

      Individual Perceptions of the Criminal Justice System Lance Lochner. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in February , Revised in June NBER Program(s):Children, Labor Studies, Public Economics This paper empirically examines perceptions of the criminal justice system held by young males using longitudinal survey data from the recent National Longitudinal Survey of Youth Cited by: The pattern of significant associations of misconduct (predominantly plagiarism) with four of our five measures of organizational justice composites leads us to conclude that this particular behavior is more related to one's generic perceptions of justice and fair treatment in the science enterprise, rather than to specific perceptions about a Cited by:

      Research Justice – Creating legitimacy for all types of knowledge. Research Justice is a strategic framework that seeks to achieve self-determination for marginalized communities. It centralizes community voices and leadership in an effort to facilitate genuine, lasting social change. Page 1. Public perceptions of crime and the criminal justice system survey – results. Report prepared for: Ministry of Justice Date: December Level 1, The Strand. PO Box Takapuna, AucklandFile Size: 1MB.

      The ICC's Africa problem: a spotlight on the politics and limits of international criminal justice / Solomon Ayele Dersso International justice and the politics of sentimentality / Kamari M. Clarke The ICC and Africa: rhetoric, hypocrisy management and legitimacy / Lee J.M. Seymour. The Judicial Division Task Force on Perceptions of Justice, co-chaired by Judge Cheryl D. Cesario, Judge Delissa A. Ridgway and Phyllis B. Pickett, was formed in as an offshoot of the Lawyers Conference Perception of Justice (POJ) project began in under the leadership of Judge Michael B. Hyman of Chicago. Over the next three years, the Lawyers Conference held six programs.


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