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|Title||Retributive and Restorative Justice: Importance of Crime Severity and Shared Identity in People's Justice Responses|
|Description||Retributive and restorative justice present two different responses to wrongdoing: one that focuses on addressing the moral wrong through punitive sanctions (retribution) and one that focuses on addressing the harm that has been caused through reparative sanctions (restoration). Psychological investigations of what factors influence which justice outcome that people desire (retributive, restorative, or both) have focused on two constructs: crime severity and shared identity. This article looks at findings related to both of these factors are reviewed, and possibilities for future research integrating these two approaches are discussed.|
|Authors / Editors||Gromet, Dena M.; Darley, John M.|
|Download Citation||This citation can be downloaded in the following bibliographic database formats: Tagged; XML; BibTex||
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