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Status Characteristics and Social Interaction
The authors review literature on effects of status differences on interaction and formulate general principles of status generalization to explain them. Next they conduct direct tests of the explanation in an experimental ...
How are Inconsistencies between Status and Ability Resolved?
This Technical Report (similar to 32, 35 and 53) addresses the form of combination of status characteristics with particular interest in developing the theory of status characteristics and expectation states for multi- ...
Status Characteristics and Expectation States: A Process Model
This technical report describes how status inequality can produce similar inequality of expectation states, and how the interaction process is affected by the status generalization process. It elaborates some ideas in the ...
Effects of a Legitimate Authority's Justification of Inequality on the Mobilization of Revolutionary Coalitions
The authors explore revolutionary coalition formation in equitable situations. They posited that actors would form such coalitions if the equitable relations were threatened. Results of an experimental test of that idea ...
Distributive Justice: A Status Value Formulation
The authors present a theory of distributive justice, feelings that a distribution of benefits and burdens to particular individuals is right and proper. They distinguish local systems and referential structures, and the ...
A Bibliography of Expectation States Research
This bibliography is a revised and expanded version of working paper 100.
Legitimation, Endorsement, and Compliance
The theoretical development distinguishes three objects of legitimation, of persons, of positions, and of actions; and three types of legitimacy, propriety, endorsement, and authorization. Propriety is normative support ...
Decisions, Nondecisions, and Metadecisions
Political decisions at all stages, from community to country,occur only after a process of agenda setting. Nondecisions result from failing to raise an issue to the appropriate decision-making body, and occur through ...
Status Organizing Processes
The authors review theoretical and empirical work related to the theory of status characteristics and expectation states to this date,1980.
Legitimacy and the Support of Revolutionary Coalitions
The authors develop a theory of conditions under which inequity will lead to attempts to change the structure. Factors affecting the likelihood of attempts include power differences, false consciousness, low self-esteem, ...