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What are strengths associated with justice in positive psychology?

Ronald Siegel
Psychology
In positive psychology, the virtue of justice is associated with social or civic strengths that help bolster a healthy community. Strengths associated with justice include:
  • Teamwork: Working well in a group. Displaying loyalty and responsibility to support the group and do your share.
  • Fairness: Treating everyone fairly and justly without letting personal feelings bias your decisions.
  • Leadership: Encouraging a group to get things done. Organizing and following through. Fostering good relations among members.

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