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Low-status compensation: A theory for understanding the role of status in cultures of honor.
  • P. Henry
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of personality and social psychology
  • 1 September 2009
The mechanisms that link herding regions to cultures of honor have never been empirically tested. The objective of the present article is to show the important role that issues of status play inExpand
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College Sophomores in the Laboratory Redux: Influences of a Narrow Data Base on Social Psychology's View of the Nature of Prejudice
Twenty years have passed since Sears (1986) alerted social psychologists to the many possible dangers faced by relying on a database composed mostly of students, especially with respect to theExpand
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The Contact Hypothesis Revisited
Although 50 years of research demonstrate that friendly intergroup contact reduces intergroup prejudice, the findings are based solely on self-reported, explicit prejudice. In two parallelExpand
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The Development of System Justification in the Developing World
System justification theorists have proposed that under some circumstances ‘‘people who suffer the most from a given state of affairs are paradoxically the least likely to question, challenge,Expand
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Social Dominance Orientation, Authoritarianism, and Support for Intergroup Violence Between the Middle East and America
Social dominance theory has generally posited that terror and intergroup violence can be explained in terms of social dominance struggles. Social dominance theorists have described terror mostly as aExpand
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Value Judgments: The Impact of Perceived Value Violations on American Political Attitudes
Values are proposed to have an influence on politics via multiple expressions, and two such value expressions are explored in this manuscript: abstract value expressions and judg mental valueExpand
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Image Theory, Social Identity, and Social Dominance: Structural Characteristics and Individual Motives Underlying International Images
The present study provides an empirical test of international relations image theory and extends the theory by emphasizing that individuals’ social identity and social dominance motives contribute toExpand
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Hate Welfare But Help the Poor: How the Attributional Content of Stereotypes Explains the Paradox of Reactions to the Destitute in America1
Social scientists have documented more negative reactions to the concept of welfare versus the concept of poor, despite the fact that both labels can be used almost interchangeably in currentExpand
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The Crystallization of Contemporary Racial Prejudice across the Lifespan
The conventional wisdom is that racial prejudice remains largely stable through adulthood. However, very little is known about the development of contemporary racial attitudes like symbolic racism.Expand
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Searching for Common Ground between Supporters and Opponents of Affirmative Action
Supporters and opponents of affirmative action are often characterized as debating about a single, consensually understood type of affirmative action. However, supporters and opponents instead mayExpand
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