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01.Practicing Local Governance: Northern Perspectives
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Editors: A. J. W. Taylor (Victoria University of Wellington - New Zealand)
Book Description:
Psychologists in different tributaries of the discipline have long been preoccupied with aspects of ‘Justice’, but none previously has addressed the essential question raised in this book – namely of justice being as vital to the essentials of life and to the flowering of the human spirit as other basic needs. The same can be said for academics and practitioners in other disciplines in social science, as well as those in mental health and psychiatry. Although lawyers might come close to accepting the proposition, it seems to me that in the main their professional expertise is directed to the superficial maintenance of systems of justice rather than to the underlying reasons for doing so.

This book, arising from academic, clinical, empirical, and theoretical studies, goes the further mile by giving justice its proper place in the hierarchy of basic human needs. It is designed in accord with a general systems theory in which contributions are welcomed from international scholars and researchers in different domains of knowledge. Above all, it is written in the hope of inducing others to share a commitment to justice and do their utmost to prevent injustice.

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Table of Contents:
Brief Curricula Vitae of Contributors


Chapter 1 - Doing Justice to Justice; pp. 1-12
(A. J. W. Taylor)

Chapter 2 - Being Human and the Need for Justice; pp. 13-23
(Charles W. Tolman)

Chapter 3 - The Meaning of Justice: Insights from the Biblical Tradition; pp. 25-38
(Christopher D. Marshall)

Chapter 4 - From Darwin to Piaget: The Development and Acquisition of Moral Beliefs; pp. 39-47
(Paul Jose)

Chapter 5 - Criminal Justice and Good Lives; pp. 49-60
(Lynne Eccleston and Tony Ward)

Chapter 6 - Therapeutic Jurisprudence; pp. 61-69
(David B. Wexler)

Chapter 7 - Meeting Human Needs: The Potential of Restorative Justice; pp. 71-84
(Gabrielle Maxwell and Allison Morris)

Chapter 8 - Justice: Social-Psychological Perspectives; pp. 85-93
(Ronald Fischer and Linda J. Skitka)

Chapter 9 - Mental Health Consumers, Social Justice and the Historical Antecedents of Oppression; pp. 95-111
(Palmer Reg Orovwuje and A. J. W. Taylor)

Chapter 10 - On Common Ground: Justice, Human Rights and Survival; pp. 113-133
(Jeffrey Sluka)

Chapter 11 - Justice, Torture and Restoration; pp. 135-157
(Paul Burns)

Chapter 12 - The International Bill of Rights and Human Nature;
pp. 159-175
(Andrew Ladley)

Chapter 13 - Dovetailing Justice into an Existing Framework of Needs; pp. 177-199
(A. J. W. Taylor)

Index pp.201-215

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2006
   Pages: 215.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-59454-915-1
   Status: AV
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PR At Prepress
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