The iron law of paternalism in organizational justice outcomes: two field assessments
Paternalism was not found to influence organizational justice in favor of women unlike the criminal justice system, according to two field assessments involving 818 grievance outcomes and 709 arbitration decrees. The assessments coincided on the results despite having significant differences in the data level assumptions and type of justice. This supports the fairness of organizational discipline and dispute resolution while suggesting an absence of gender-bias.
Publication Name: Labor Law Journal
Restorative justice: assessing optimistic and pessimistic accounts
The pro- and con- prospects for restorative justice are assessed. A responsive regulatory pyramid may be more effective at preventing crime in a normatively acceptable way than existing criminal law jurisprudence. A productive checking of restorative justice must accompany evidence-based reform.
Publication Name: Crime & Justice (Chicago, Ill)
The influence of organizational climate on detention officers' readiness to use force in a county jail
This article discusses the relationship between correctional officers' attitudes on the use of force and that of their work environment. Topics include officer-inmate interactions, an evaluation of institutional structure, and its influences on job stress.
Publication Name: Criminal Justice Review
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