The Justice Motive in Adolescence and Young Adulthood : Origins and Consequences.
This book provides a unique overview of the development of justice-related beliefs in different socialization contexts, and also of the role this plays in protecting mental health and promoting career development for adolescents and young adults. A range of European contributors bridge the conceptua...
Taylor & Francis Group,
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- The Justice Motive in Adolescence and Young Adulthood
- Title Page
- Copyright Page
- Table of Contents
- List of figures
- List of tables
- Notes on contributors
- 1 Introduction
- PART 1 The development of the belief in a just world
- 2 Parenting and young adolescents' belief in a just world
- 3 The development of the belief in a just world: the impact of being raised in a one-parent or an intact family
- 4 Transmission of the belief in a just world in the family
- 5 Transformation of the justice motive? Belief in a just world and its correlates in different age groups
- PART 2 The belief in a just world as a resource for mental health and coping in adolescence
- 6 Belief in a just world, subjective well-being and trust of young adults
- 7 Belief in a just world, personality and well-being of adolescents
- 8 The implications and functions of just and unjust experiences in school
- 9 Two facets of the belief in a just world and achievement behaviour at school
- 10 Belief in a just world as a resource for different types of young prisoners
- PART 3 Belief in a just world and career development
- 11 Belief in a just world as a resource for unemployed young adults
- 12 Belief in a just world and young adults' ways of coping with unemployment and the job search
- 13 Entering the job market: belief in a just world, fairness and well-being of graduating students
- 14 Belief in a just world and adolescents' vocational and social goals
- 15 Developmental trajectories and developmental functions of the belief in a just world: some concluding remarks