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   2012, Vol. 20 Issue (2) : 301-308     DOI:
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The Development and Prospect of Researches on Justice Sensitivity
XIE Xue-Xian;LIU Yi;WU Wei-Jiong
(1 School of Education, Guangzhou University, Guangzhou 510006, China)
(2 School of Management, Jinan University, Guangzhou 510632, China)
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Abstract  Justice Sensitivity is an independent and stable personality disposition, which reveals how readily people feel unjustly treatment and how strongly they react to unfairness perceived. It offers an essential perspective on justice’s study. Justice Sensitivity can be measured by inventory, which contains four components as follows: Victim Sensitivity, Observer Sensitivity, Beneficiary Sensitivity and Perpetrator Sensitivity. They are closely relate to pro-social behavior and anti-social behavior, effecting cognitive processing. The current researches on Justice Sensitivity mainly address the outcome variables of Justice Sensitivity, however, the antecedent variables must be considered in the future.
Keywords justice sensitivity      social justice      pro-social behavior     
Corresponding Authors: LIU Yi   
Issue Date: 15 February 2012
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XIE Xue-Xian,LIU Yi,WU Wei-Jiong. The Development and Prospect of Researches on Justice Sensitivity[J]. , 2012, 20(2): 301-308.
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