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The ‘Just World Hypothesis’ And The Psychology Behind Victim-Blaming

“It’s this idea that people deserve what happens to them. There’s just a really strong need to believe that we all deserve our outcomes and consequences. … As a general rule, Americans [in particular] have a hard time with the idea that bad things happen to good people.”
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