Distributive Essays

  • Examples Of Distributive Justice

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    are two concepts of justice that people hold. These are retributive justice and distributive justice. Retributive justice concerns the distribution of rewards and punishments based on what people deserve. This type of justice is applied on an individual basis. Distributive justice, on the other hand, is applied across society and is the type of justice that directly appeals to our sense of fairness in life. Distributive justice concerns the distribution of benefits in society, as well as the

  • Environmental Justice: Some Ecofeminist Worries About A Distributive Model

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    Environmental Justice: Some Ecofeminist Worries About A Distributive Model ABSTRACT: Environmental philosophers, policy-makers and community activists who discuss environmental justice do so almost exclusively in terms of mainstream Western distributive models of social justice. Whether the issue is treatment of animals, human health or property, wilderness and species preservation, pollution or environmental degradation, the prevailing and largely unchallenged view is that the issues of environmental

  • The Argument Against Nozick's 'Distributive Justice

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    Argument Against Nozick’s Distributive Justice Robert Nozick argues in his Entitlement Theory that there are three main topics in the justice of holdings: the acquisition of ‘un-held things’, the transfer of holdings, and the rectification of injustice in holdings.1 Nozick’s theory of what makes a transfer of holdings ‘just’ should be rejected for two key reasons and the rectification of injustice of holdings should be rejected for two key reasons. Robert Nozick declares a transfer of holdings

  • Distributive Justice By Robert Nozick And John Rawls

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    Distributive Property or distributive justice is the economic framework of a society that asserts the rightful allocations of property among its citizens. Due to the limited amount of resources that is provided in a society, the question of proper distribution often occurs. The ideal answer is that public assets should be reasonably dispersed so that every individual receives what constitutes as a “justified share”; here is where the conflict arises. The notion of just distribution, however, is generally

  • Distributive Negotiation In Negotiation

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    Distributive negotiation operates under zero sum conditions and implies that any gain one party makes is at the expense of the other and vice versa. For this reason, distributive negotiation is also sometimes called win-lose because of the assumption that one person's gain results in another person's loss. Distributive negotiation examples include haggling prices on an open market, including the negotiation of the price of a car or a home. In a distributive negotiation, each side

  • Community Supported Agriculture

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    consideration. James Martin-Schramm's 1996 essay "Toward an Ethic of EcoJustice" provides a helpful framework for understanding a Christian ethical response to creation. Martin-Schramm says ecojustice is closely tied to the concepts of equity and distributive justice (209). He identifies four moral norms of ecojustice that have been discussed by the World Council of Churches in its assemblies since 1975: sustainability, sufficiency, participation and solidarity (Martin-Schramm 209). All four principles

  • On Human Cloning

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    as an expansion of the range of reproductive options open to women. The second phase argues for a shift in the framework of analysis in order to get a more complete evaluation of the ethical implications of human cloning, including questions of distributive justice and the ideology of reproduction. How should we think about cloning as philosophers and feminists? Reproducing by cloning is not, in itself, morally inferior to reproducing by human sexual reproduction. Moral criticism of cloning in

  • Reflection On Distributive Bargaining

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    was used among two different business people in order to close a deal or come to an agreement. Before the first class I wondered if negotiations was only consist of winning over each other rather than for mutual gains. I only thought it would be distributive where both the parties keep their information and interests hidden and moreover it is one time relationship. But, I never thought it would be integrative where both the parties share information and interest with each other and continue the long

  • Essay On Distributive Justice System

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    There are four different types of Justice Systems, Distributive and Retributive are the two systems that are very different yet alike. Both of these systems serve different purposes whether they have a positive or negative effect. Distributive is all about equality hoping to balance everything without causing problems. Retributive is about punishing those who have disobeyed in exchange for a positive outcome. Equality and punishment are main principles in the system but how diverse they are and the

  • True or False: Corrective Justice is the Most Important Form of Justice

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    types of justice and they each differ in matters of circumstance: firstly, distributive justice attempts to provide equality for each individual; corrective justice attempts to reverse an unfair advantage, provide a remedy to the problem, and show equality within the population; lastly, reciprocal justice provides the notion of equality amongst freely exchanged goods amongst individuals. According to Aristotle, distributive justice incorporates the allocation of resources amongst society(Aristotle

  • A Zero Increase Again Case Study

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    A Zero Wage Increase Again, is a case article written by Karen MacMillan. The case delivers a story about Mark Coglin, a storeowner of a large hardware, furniture and building center called House, Hearth and Home store. Mark has experienced slow growth in his company and does not have the funds to raise his employee’s salaries. Due to an economic crisis, this has happened for two consecutive years about to lead to a third year. Mark 's dilemma is that every day he sees some of his best employees

  • Organisational Justice

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    success. Work psychologists have highlighted that the concept of organisational justice is revolved around three distinct, but overlapping components; distributive, procedural and interactional justice (Ambrose & Schminke, 2007). Distributive justice pertains to the distribution of workplace outcomes and decisions, such as promotions and pay rises. Distributive justice violations occur when these decisions are unfairly dispersed due to bias or other unjustifiable circumstances. Procedural justice deals

  • Counterproductive Work Behaviors

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    relates to the subsequent reviewed article Krischer et al. (2010) states, “We investigated whether two forms of CWB…serve as a means of coping to mitigate the impact of low distributive and procedural justice on emotional exhaustion” (p. 154). Krischer et al. (2010) used Price and Mueller’s (1986) six-item scale to measure distributive justice, Moorman’s (1991) 12-item scale to measure procedural justice (p. 158). Krischer et al. (2010) also applied the Counterproductive Work Behavior Checklist (as cited

  • Bullying Bosses

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    employee perceptions of fairness in the workplace. The decisions and actions and how these influence the employees own attitudes and behaviors at work. These perceptions can be classified into three categories distributive, procedural, and interactional. Distributive Justice Distributive justice reflects perceptions regarding fairness of outcomes while procedural justice reflects perceptions of processes that lea... ... middle of paper ... ...ceptable. Conclusion In conclusion acknowledgement

  • Unocal

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    Unocal is an oil company that was faced with an ethical dilemma. The owners and managers of this company wanted to invest money in Yadana project, and then got enormous profit. They knew that the government of the country, where this project was took place, violated the human rights of the local people. Unocal had evidence of these actions, but they decided to invest money in this project. To determine if their actions were ethical or not, we need to look at this problem from four different perspectives:

  • Distributive Justice and Organ Transplants

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    The Principle of Distributive Justice The principle of distributive justice as it relates to healthcare requires that all resources are allocated equitably among all individuals. Resources, whether abundant or scare are distributed fairly to any individual requiring them but in the constrained resource environment of available organs criteria have already been established by other agencies. First and foremost the establishment of these criteria negate the principle of distributive justice because

  • Robert Nozick's Distributive Justice

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    gives us a look into the theory of Distributive Justice, that can help people see how sometimes life seems unfair, but it really is not as unfair as all would think. Robert Nozick gives an example of Distributive Justice in his writing, Anarchy, State, and Utopia. The example consists of a basketball player named Chamberlain, who gets twentyfive cents for every ticket sold,

  • Strengths And Weaknesses Of Distributive Leadership

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    Leadership theories are ever-evolving as organizational dynamics are constantly shifting. Thoroughly examining the Distributive Leadership and Leadership-Members Exchange approaches offers the opportunity to note the positive and negative aspects of each, as well as the key concepts. Personal experience is an interesting addition to the study in its ability to demonstrate a modern-day approach to an existing dynamic. To better compliment this study, looking at a leadership application in a diverse

  • The Distribution of Income and Wealth

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    problem with the distribution of wealth and income. Traditionally philosophers agree that the distribution of wealth within a limited society is considered a problem of distributive justice. Over time there has been a collection of solutions recommended about how much income and wealth people deserve or have a right to possess. Distributive justice has appealed to political ideals as well as the ideas of socialists, libertarians and welfare liberals. Libertarians such as John Hospers who wrote The Libertarian

  • Addressing Unfairness and Diversifying Benefits in Shipbuilding

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    correlates fairness or justice practices a prime factor for creating positive organizational behaviors (Deschamps, Rinfret & Fache, 2016). Other outcomes associated with developing justice in the areas of procedural justice, interpersonal justice, and distributive justice include: “greater trust and commitment, improved job performance, more helpful citizenship behaviors, improved customer satisfaction, and diminished conflict” (Cropanzana, Bowen, & Gilliland, 2007, p. 34). Lastly, the organizational leadership