責任帰属に及ぼす道徳基盤と公正世界信念の影響  [in Japanese] Effects of Moral Foundations and Belief in a Just World on Responsibility Attribution  [in Japanese]

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Abstract

According to Just World Theory, good people deserve reward, while bad people would suffer from bad events. In this study, to investigate whether good or bad character information has an impact on the judgment of responsibility of two vignettes describing bad events, seventy-nine participants read vignettes and responded to the items related to causal attribution. Furthermore, the relationship of moral foundations and just world belief with the judgments was tested. In the results, participants in low score on the fairness foundation showed more discrepancy between good target and bad target in dispositional attribution. In bad target condition, low fairness group attributed causation of bad accidents more to the target persons. While high fairness group responded almost the same way whether the target person was good or bad. And resentment scale was found to correlate with immanent justice significantly. The relation of moral and resentment would be discussed.

Journal

  • 東洋大学社会学部紀要 = The Bulletin of Faculty of Sociology,Toyo University

    東洋大学社会学部紀要 = The Bulletin of Faculty of Sociology,Toyo University 56(2), 39-48, 2019-03

    東洋大学社会学部

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    120006621764
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AN00170380
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • Article Type
    departmental bulletin paper
  • ISSN
    0495-9892
  • Data Source
    IR 
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