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Judgments on (in)justice in a mature neoliberal regime: Results of an empirical game-based research
Sharp social inequalities in Latin America persist not only as a result of structural elements, but also because people justify and legitimate them in everyday life. Thus, to overcome inequalities it is necessary that ...
How legal indicators influence a justice system and judicial behavior: the Brazilian National Council of Justice and 'justice in numbers'
(Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2015)
This article explores how the rise of legal indicators influences the administration of justice and judicial behavior. The incorporation of mathematical formulas, complex equations, and statistical data into the administration ...
La mediación penal : trabajo comparativo entre los sistemas de Estados Unidos, Argentina y Chile
(Universidad de San Andrés. Departamento de Derecho, 2016)
Conceptions of justice and the public policy analysis
(Univ Federal Vicosa, 2016-01-01)
This article aims to propose an analysis of public policies that take into account the normative issues of justice. The starting point is the assumption that public policies have among their goals to promote justice. Public ...
John Rawls on redistribution and recognition
(Universidad de Chile, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, 2020)
In this paper, I argue that in the context of the redistribution-recognition debate, Rawls developed a theory of justice that exceeds the margins of allocative justice and has good arguments to deal with demands of social ...
A REFLECTION, MANY FACES: NOTES ON THE HISTORY OF ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE AND ITS MECHANISMS IN CRIMINAL ROUTE.
(Univ Estado Rio Janeiro, 2017-01-01)
Aiming at discussind the administration of criminal justice, this paper analyzes Brazilian police records from the time of the Empire. In order to do so, it draws attention, in particular, to a multidisciplinary study of ...