'An important, up to date discussion of theory and research on distributive and procedural justice with stimulating suggestions for future work. Especially attractive is the inclusion of chapters linking basic theory and research to such issues as intergenerational solidarity, interpersonal conflict, and historical injustices. The final section on methodological and theoretical issues is capped by Leo Montada's thoughtful, discriminating, and critical reflection on "justice(s)" and their vexed relations with the resolution of conflict.' Ron Cohen, Bennington College,USA 'Kjell Tornblom and Riel Vermunt have assembled a series of concise and focussed chapters covering a wide-range of research on social justice. The creative and inspired thinking found in this volume will provide influential food for thought for justice researchers as they continue to examine this fundamental aspect of daily functioning.' Dirk D. Steiner, Universite de Nice-Sophia Antipolis, France
About the Author
Professors Kjell TÃ¶rnblom and RiÃ«l Vermunt are based in the Department of Social Psychology at the University of SkÃ¶vde, Sweden. They have published widely in the field of justice and related areas.