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The Social Psychology of Corruption: Why It Does Not Exist and Why It Should
In recent decades, corruption has emerged as a major cause of global inequality and an important subject of social scientific research. This article argues that social psychologists have not takenExpand
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Suspicious Gifts: Bribery, Morality, and Professional Ethics
icism of this book, I would like to see strong political research, as Agarwala gives us here, intersect more closely with studies that are conducted at a more cultural or microsociological levelExpand
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Does Authoritarianism Breed Corruption? Reconsidering the Relationship Between Authoritarian Governance and Corrupt Exchanges in Bureaucracies
This article advocates for ethnographic and historical study of the political roots of corruption. Focusing on informal economies of Belarusian universities, it reexamines two theoreticalExpand
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Organizational cultures as agents of differential association: explaining the variation in bribery practices in Ukrainian universities
This article explores the variation in bureaucratic bribery practices of ordinary Ukrainians. Despite common arguments about corruption-generating structural constraints of economic transition andExpand
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Does everyday corruption affect how Russians view their political leadership?
Abstract Do Russians’ personal experiences with corruption influence how they evaluate their political leaders and, if so, in what direction? In addressing this question, we focus specifically onExpand
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Migration as Social Movement: Voluntary Group Migration and the Crimean Tatar Repatriation
Voluntary group migration occurs when a collectivity reaches a group-level decision to migrate and does so as a community without external compulsion. Typical examples include collective settlerExpand
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Global civil society and the test of Kyoto: A theoretical extension
What determines how successful global civil society is in promoting international governance norms within nation-states? Studies attribute the varied effectiveness of civil action to the capacity ofExpand