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Multi-Characteristic Status Situations and the Determination of Power and Prestige Order
This technical report builds on the research reported in Technical Report 32. It reports a second experiment investigating how two status characteristics affect expectations and power and prestige. The theoretical goal ...
Participation in Heterogeneous and Homogeneous Groups: A Theoretical Integration
(The American Journal of Sociology, 1991)
The authors define a behavior interchange pattern that can affect performance expectation states and behavior. This WP was published by the authors (1991).
Consistent and Inconsistent Social Characteristics and the Determination of Power and Prestige Orders
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 ...