Procedural justice, minorities, and religiosity

Roni Factor*, Juan Carlos Castilo, Arye Rattner

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Abstract

The current research explores six hypotheses derived from the well-known procedural justice-based model of legitimacy in two different religious groups in Israel, and adds to the model the effect of religiosity on the perceived legitimacy of rules and institutions of social control. Our results, based on data from a representative sample of 1,216 Israeli Jews and Arabs, provide general support for the hypotheses. We found that the social order is perceived as less legitimate by the Arab minority compared with the Jewish majority, and by highly religious members of the Jewish majority compared with those who are less religious.

Original languageAmerican English
Pages (from-to)130-142
Number of pages13
JournalPolice Practice and Research
Volume15
Issue number2
DOIs
StatePublished - Mar 2014
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • legitimacy
  • minorities
  • procedural justice
  • religion
  • religiosity

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