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Theoretical Structures and the Micro-Macro Problem
(Sociological Theories in Progress: New Formulations, 1989)
This WP was published by Berger, Eyre, and Zelditch (1989).
Processing Status Information
(JAI Press, 1992)
The authors compare variant formulations (different from those considered in 1990-1) for predicting the processing of status information. The main competitor considered argued that highly relevant information would eliminate ...
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).
A Revised Bibliography of Expectation States Research
As titled. This WP is a revision and expansion of TR#67. Berger, Wagner, and Webster (2014) provide a newer, although focused, view of the program.
Some Logical Consequences of the Status Characteristics Theory
Humphreys, a logician,and Berger, a sociological theorist, derive five theorems from the theory in Berger et al. (1977). Some of the theorems formally account for the link of status inequality to inequality in group structure ...
Status Organizing Processes
The authors review theoretical and empirical work related to the theory of status characteristics and expectation states to this date,1980.
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 ...
Performance Expectations and Behavior in Small Groups
This Technical Report presents the theoretical account for relations among power and prestige behaviors in small groups and performance expectation states. It explains, among other things, the high correlations among several ...
The Transfer of Status Expectations
The authors investigate transfer of a status intervention—introducing a specific status characteristic to reduce expectation effects of a diffuse status characteristic—across tasks and interactants. Experimental results ...
Status Conditions of Self-Evaluation
This is a revision of TR#24. It expands the discussion of conditions for stability, adding the idea of cliques that support stable self-evaluations.