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Overview
The justice curriculum is designed to help students understand and apply basic principles and considerations useful in examining issues of justice so they can determine what would be just in a particular situation. Students gain an increased awareness of the importance of justice in their own lives, its place in contemporary society, and an increased capacity and inclination to deal with issues of justice effectively and wisely. Students are helped to understand that issues of justice can be divided into three categories: distributive justice, corrective justice, and procedural justice.
 
Unit 1 What Is Justice?
Lesson 1 What Are Three Kinds of Problems of Justice?
 
Unit 2 How Can we Solve Problems of Distributive Justice?
2 What Ideas Are Useful in Examining Problems of Distributive Justice?
3 What Ideas Are Useful in Solving Problems of Distributive Justice?
4 How Would You Solve This Problem of Distributive Justice?
 
Unit 3 How Can We Solve Problems of Corrective Justice?
5 What Are the Goals of Corrective Justice?
6 What Ideas Are Useful in Solving Problems of Corrective Justice?
7 What Additional Ideas Are Useful in Solving Problems of Corrective Justice?
8 How Would You Solve This Problem of Corrective Justice?
 
Unit 4 How Can We Solve Problems of Procedural Justice?
9 Why Do We Need Procedural Justice?
10 What Ideas Are Useful in Solving Problems of Procedural Justice?
11 How Would You Solve This Problem of Procedural Justice?