Aspectos afetivos da justiça e injustiça e assimetrias entre temas

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This article addresses the affective aspects of social representations organized into themes to show that the opposition between justice and injustice has an organization marked by symmetric and asymmetric aspects. Two hypotheses were tested which are based on the structural perspective of social representations. The first hypothesis states that this couple of representations has anchored the emotions in a symmetrical organized way. The second one states that injustice has its organization marked by a more intense affectivity than justice. The data obtained by a quasi-experimental design with undergraduate psychology students of an university in Paris confirm the two hypotheses.




Spadoni, L. (2011). Aspectos afetivos da justiça e injustiça e assimetrias entre temas. Psicologia: Teoria e Pesquisa, 27(2), 209–214.

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