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Título: Justice in our World and in Others World: Belief in a Just World and Reactions to Victims
Autor: Aguiar, Patrícia
Vala, Jorge
Correia, Isabel
Pereira, Cícero Roberto
Palavras-chave: Relações intergrupais
Sentido de Justiça
Data: 2008
Citação: Aguiar, Patrícia, Vala, J., Correia, I., Pereira, Cícero (2008). Justice in our World and in Others World: Belief in a Just World and Reactions to Victims. Social Justice Research, 21, 50-68
Resumo: Framed by the Belief in a Just World theory (BJW; Lerner, M. J. (1980). Belief in a just world: A fundamental delusion. New York: Plenum Publishing Corporation), this article presents two studies that analyze people’s reactions to the suffering of victims belonging to an ingroup and an outgroup. In Study 1, participants viewed a videotaped film containing the victimization story. The victim was presented as a non-categorized, ingroup or outgroup (Gypsy) victim. Threat to BJW was measured using the modified Stroop task developed by Hafer (J Pers Soc Psychol 79:165–173, 2000). In the second study, a non-victimization story was introduced and a 2 (victim, non-victim) 9 2 (ingroup, outgroup) between-subjects design was used. Both studies show that the ingroup victim is more threatening to the BJW than the outgroup victim. The expected secondary victimization of the ingroup victim was only obtained in the second study when a non-obtrusive derogation measure was used.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/8939
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