Missing in (Collective) Action

@article{Jost2017MissingI,
  title={Missing in (Collective) Action},
  author={J. Jost and Julia C Becker and D. Osborne and V. Badaan},
  journal={Current Directions in Psychological Science},
  year={2017},
  volume={26},
  pages={108 - 99}
}
Social-psychological models of collective action emphasize three antecedents of protest: (a) anger at perceived injustice, (b) social identification, and (c) beliefs about group efficacy. These models are extremely useful but have rarely incorporated ideological factors—despite the fact that protests occur in societal contexts in which some people are motivated to defend and bolster the status quo whereas others are motivated to challenge and oppose it. We adopt a system-justification… Expand

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