HUMAN RIGHTS AND DUTIES

Human Rights & Duties

We want justice! They have trampled on our rights!

This is a typical complaint from people embroiled in conflict. Fairness and the violation of rights and duties are major reasons given for violence. In this section you will find examples of my research on this theme of subjective justice.

 

Books

Finkel, N.J., & Moghaddam, F.M. (2005). The psychology of rights and duties: Empirical contributions and normative commentaries. Washington, DC: APA Press.
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Book Chapters

Moghaddam, F.M., & Riley C.J. (2005). Towards a cultural theory of rights and duties in human development. In Finkel, N., Moghaddam, F.M. (Eds.), The psychology of rights and duties: Empirical contributions and normative commentaries. (pp.75-105). Washington, DC: APA Press.
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Articles

Moghaddam, F.M. (2011). The “Ahmadinejad effect” and “pre-emptive” duties and rights. Culture and Psychology, 17 (3), 297-301.
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Moghaddam, F.M. (2004). The cycle of rights and duties in intergroup relations interobjectivity and perceived justice re-assessed. New Review of Social Psychology, 3 (pp. 125-130).
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Moghaddam, F.M., Slocum, N.R., Finkel, N., Mor, T., & Harre, R. (2000). Toward a cultural theory of duties. Culture & Psychology, 6 (3), 275-302.
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Moghaddam, F.M. (2000). Toward a cultural theory of human rights. Theory & Psychology, 10 (3), 291-312.
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Moghaddam, F.M., & Vuksanovic, V. (1990). Attitudes and behavior toward human rights across different contexts: The role of right-wing authoritarianism, political ideology, and religiosity. International Journal of Psychology, 25, 455-474.
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