Using factorial surveys to study justice perceptions: five methodological problems of attitudinal justice research

Liebig S, Sauer C, Friedhoff S (2015) SFB 882 Working Paper Series; 47.
Bielefeld: DFG Research Center (SFB) 882 From Heterogeneities to Inequalities.

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This article provides an overview of how factorial surveys have been used in justice research in the past. It addresses the question of why this method is particularly useful to survey attitudes toward justice. This question is discussed with reference to five problems of empirical justice research. For each of these problems, findings are presented from recent justice research that has used the factorial survey method, with a focus on assessing the allocation and distribution of goods (earnings/income, transfer payments, pensions) and burdens (taxes). The paper concludes with a discussion of future developments and possible applications in this research field.
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Liebig S, Sauer C, Friedhoff S. Using factorial surveys to study justice perceptions: five methodological problems of attitudinal justice research. SFB 882 Working Paper Series. Vol 47. Bielefeld: DFG Research Center (SFB) 882 From Heterogeneities to Inequalities; 2015.
Liebig, S., Sauer, C., & Friedhoff, S. (2015). Using factorial surveys to study justice perceptions: five methodological problems of attitudinal justice research (SFB 882 Working Paper Series, 47). Bielefeld: DFG Research Center (SFB) 882 From Heterogeneities to Inequalities.
Liebig, S., Sauer, C., and Friedhoff, S. (2015). Using factorial surveys to study justice perceptions: five methodological problems of attitudinal justice research. SFB 882 Working Paper Series, 47, Bielefeld: DFG Research Center (SFB) 882 From Heterogeneities to Inequalities.
Liebig, S., Sauer, C., & Friedhoff, S., 2015. Using factorial surveys to study justice perceptions: five methodological problems of attitudinal justice research, SFB 882 Working Paper Series, no.47, Bielefeld: DFG Research Center (SFB) 882 From Heterogeneities to Inequalities.
S. Liebig, C. Sauer, and S. Friedhoff, Using factorial surveys to study justice perceptions: five methodological problems of attitudinal justice research, SFB 882 Working Paper Series, vol. 47, Bielefeld: DFG Research Center (SFB) 882 From Heterogeneities to Inequalities, 2015.
Liebig, S., Sauer, C., Friedhoff, S.: Using factorial surveys to study justice perceptions: five methodological problems of attitudinal justice research. SFB 882 Working Paper Series, 47. DFG Research Center (SFB) 882 From Heterogeneities to Inequalities, Bielefeld (2015).
Liebig, Stefan, Sauer, Carsten, and Friedhoff, Stefan. Using factorial surveys to study justice perceptions: five methodological problems of attitudinal justice research. Bielefeld: DFG Research Center (SFB) 882 From Heterogeneities to Inequalities, 2015. SFB 882 Working Paper Series. 47.
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Using Factorial Surveys to Study Justice Perceptions: Five Methodological Problems of Attitudinal Justice Research
Liebig S, Sauer C, Friedhoff S (2015)
Social Justice Research 28(4): 415-434.

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