Hülle et al (2017) Measuring attitudes (Justice ideologies (Ascriptivism,…
Hülle et al (2017) Measuring attitudes
Group: group belonging
Grid: social regulation
Norms, principles and rules
Existing distributions of goods and burdens natural and good, though in fact ascribed.
Feeling at the mercy of a ‘‘system’’ that denies them justice.
State responsible for unequal distributions and redistribution.
System of free competition is fair and functional.
Four main principles of justice, which govern how one distributes goods and burdens in society
benefits and burdens should be allocated on the basis of specific entitlements that are themselves based on ascriptive characteristics (e.g., social origin, sex) or on status characteristics
the distribution of benefits and burdens is just if the benefits and burdens in question are allocated according to individuals’ current individual contributions and efforts.
allocation of benefits and burdens is just if everyone is allocated the same share.
benefits are allocated according to people’s individual needs.
Individuals’ attitudes toward the following four basic distributive principles: equality, need, equity, and entitlement