Socialinio teisingumo suvokimas: piliečių ir vartotojų vertybiniai skirtumai
Černikovaitė, Miglė Eleonora
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The aim of the article is to evaluate the social justice perception for citizens and consumer in order to reveal the group differences for social justice awareness. Literature review has showed that social justice is related to social risk reduction issues which are very important in today‘s economy. Social justice has a redistribution function, which reduces the risk of different social and age groups of society, which understanding of social justice differ according to their values. Therefore, the empirical study was established to find out the answer, how social justice perception impacts of different social groups values and behaviour. The study showed that there is a citizen and consumer value diversity and, in particular reveals an individual level, at everyday life young people are consumerist (liberal), but when it comes to the level of social citizenship, young people demonstrates the social-democratic and conservative value attitudes.
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