BJWBig Japan Pro Wrestling (also seen as BJPW)
BJWBournemouth Jubilee Wheelers (cycling club; est. 1935; UK)
BJWBlue Jay Way (Beatles song)
BJWBeef Jerky Works (food making product)
BJWBakersfield Jazz Workshop (Bakersfield, CA)
BJWBackyard Juggalo Wrestling (Canada)
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Dispositional BJW is associated with victim blame and derogation (Correia & Vala, 2003; Dalbert, 2009; Hafer & Begue, 2005) and predicts harsh attitudes toward disadvantaged groups, like individuals who have been raped or those with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (Bizer, Hart, & Jekogian, 2012).
The study also found that a stronger belief in a just world--that is, the belief that the world follows logic and that people get what they deserve--increased the likelihood of engaging in online shaming, and that higher SES individuals are more likely to hold stronger BJW.
Dalbert (2001) has identified three main functions of the BJW which shows that it has buffering effect on well-being.
However, the alpha for the BJW scale was less than ideal (.37).
Result and Conclusion: Pearson's r analysis revealed that religiosity, altruism and BJW were significantly positively related.
This paper follows Benabou and Tirole's (2006) use of the concept 'belief in a just world' (BJW).
Lipkus and Siegler (1993) defined one's belief in a just world (BJW) as the idea that "people get what they deserve and deserve what they get" (p.
KIND Dorothy and Thomas Lyddon with joiner Ben Wilson of BJW Joinery, and Stephen Waller, top left, and Dave Farrow of Jewson FAITH RESTORED Dorothy and Thomas Lyddon on their newly-laid decking from Jewson, with joiner Ben Wilson of BJW Joinery
Borderlands Research Institute for Natural Resource Management, Sul Ross State University, Alpine, TX 79832 (KBP, LAH, BJW)