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Priority of Needs? : An Informed Theory of Need-based Justice / edited by Bernhard Kittel, Stefan Traub

Contributor(s): Resource type: Ressourcentyp: Buch (Online)Book (Online)Language: English Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2024Publisher: Cham : Imprint: Springer, 2024Description: 1 Online-Ressource (XII, 321 p. 36 illus., 1 illus. in color.)ISBN:
  • 9783031530517
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: 9783031530500 | 9783031530524 | 9783031530531 | Erscheint auch als: 9783031530500 Druck-Ausgabe | Erscheint auch als: 9783031530524 Druck-Ausgabe | Erscheint auch als: 9783031530531 Druck-Ausgabe | Erscheint auch als: Priority of Needs?. Druck-Ausgabe. 1st ed. 2024. Cham : Springer International Publishing AG, 2024. 321 SeitenDOI: DOI: 10.1007/978-3-031-53051-7Online resources: Summary: Chapter 1. Why Prioritize Needs? -- Part I: Identification of Needs -- Chapter 2. Need as One Distribution Principle: Frames and Framing -- Chapter 3. Measuring Need-Based Justice—Empirically and Formally -- Part II: Structures and Processes of the Recognition of Needs -- Chapter 4. The Social Recognition of Needs -- Chapter 5. The Political Recognition of Needs -- Chapter 6. Deliberation and Need-Based Distribution -- Part III: Welfare Consequences of Prioritizing Need-based Distributions -- Chapter 7. Need-based Justice and Social Utility: A Preference Approach -- Chapter 8. How Sustainable is Need-Based Redistribution? -- Part IV Differentiation -- Chapter 9. Need and Street-Level Bureaucracy. How Street-Level Bureaucrats Understand and Prioritize Need -- Chapter 10. Justice Principles, Prioritization in the Health Care Sector, and the Effect of Framing -- Chapter 11. Conclusion: Elements of a Theory of Need-Based Justice.Summary: This book develops an empirically informed normative theory of need-based justice, summarizing core findings of the DFG research group FOR2104 “Need-based Justice and Distributive Procedures”. In eleven chapters scholars from the fields of economics, political science, philosophy, psychology, and sociology cover the identification and rationale of needs, the recognition and legitimacy of needs, the dynamics and stability of procedures of distributions according to needs, and the consequences and sustainability of need-based distributions. These four areas are studied from the perspective of two mechanisms of need objectification, the social objectification by the discursive generation of mutual understanding (transparency) and the factual objectification by the transfer of decisions to uninvolved experts (expertise). The volume addresses academics in the fields of justice research, ethics, political theory, social choice and welfare, framing, individual and group decision making, inequality and redistribution, as well as advanced students in the contributing disciplines.PPN: PPN: 1884806996Package identifier: Produktsigel: ZDB-2-SEB | ZDB-2-ECF | ZDB-2-SXEF
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