The psychology of corporate rights: Perception of corporate versus individual rights to religious liberty, privacy, and free speech.

@article{Mentovich2016ThePO,
  title={The psychology of corporate rights: Perception of corporate versus individual rights to religious liberty, privacy, and free speech.},
  author={A. Mentovich and Aziz Huq and M. Cerf},
  journal={Law and human behavior},
  year={2016},
  volume={40 2},
  pages={
          195-210
        }
}
The U.S. Supreme Court has increasingly expanded the scope of constitutional rights granted to corporations and other collective entities. Although this tendency receives widespread public and media attention, little empirical research examines how people ascribe rights, commonly thought to belong to natural persons, to corporations. This article explores this issue in 3 studies focusing on different rights (religious liberty, privacy, and free speech). We examined participants' willingness to… Expand
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