Choosing Justice


  Introduction:  Understanding Distributive Justice

 collapse sectionPart I  Objectives, Methods, and Research Design
 expand sectionChapter One  Empirical Considerations Concerning  Impartial Reasoning
 expand sectionChapter Two  Research Problems
 expand sectionChapter Three  Research Design

 collapse sectionPart II  Choices Under Conditions of Impartial Reasoning
 expand sectionChapter Four  Basic Results Impartial Choices
 expand sectionChapter Five  Explaining Group Choices of Principles
 expand sectionChapter Six  Group Choices of a Floor Constraint
 expand sectionChapter Seven  The Role of Experimental  Factors in Individual Choices

 collapse sectionPart III  Living with Impartial Decisions
 expand sectionChapter Eight  Stability of Preferences and Satisfaction  in a Working Environment
 expand sectionChapter Nine  Redistribution and Productivity

 collapse sectionPart IV  Conclusions
 expand sectionChapter Ten  Implications for Ethical Inquiry  and Social Policy

 expand sectionAppendix A  Subject Handbook
  Appendix B  Choices of Principles by Experimental Type
 expand sectionAppendix C  Analyzing the Role of Background and  Attitudinal Variables
  Appendix D  Analyzing the Effect of Location on the Level  of Floor Constraint
  Appendix E  Analyzing Changes in Support  for Principles by Rankings
 expand sectionAppendix F  Production Documents
  Appendix G  Setting the Imposed Principle
 expand sectionIndex

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