Consistent and Inconsistent Social Characteristics and the Determination of Power and Prestige Orders
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The work reported here was significant in the generalization of the first theory of status characteristics and expectation states (Technical Report #12 and Berger et al., 1966). The first theory could only account for status generalization from a single characteristic; this paper reports experimental results for two status characteristics. Experimental data showed that the characteristics combined, which was incorporated in the theoretical extension to two characteristics published by Berger et al. (1974).
Berger, Joseph; Fisek, M. Hamit (2015). Consistent and Inconsistent Social Characteristics and the Determination of Power and Prestige Orders. Available electronically from
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