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The Ideological Legitimation of the Status Quo: Longitudinal Tests of a Social Dominance Model
Political Psychology, Vol. 31(1)
Author(s): Chris G. Sibley, John Duckitt

Abstract: Four studies examined whether members of the dominant group (New Zealand Europeans) who were high in Social Dominance Orientation (SDO) employed ideol...

Social Dominance Orientation: Testing a Global Individual Difference Perspective
Political Psychology, Vol. 31(2)
Author(s): Chris G. Sibley, James H. Liu

Abstract: There has been considerable debate regarding whether Social Dominance Orientation (SDO) constitutes a global individual difference that predicts preju...

Do the Ideological Beliefs of Peers Predict the Prejudiced Attitudes of Other Individuals in the Group?
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, Vol. 13(4)
Author(s): V. Paul Poteat, Lisa B. Spanierman

Abstract: The authors used multilevel modeling to examine whether peer group ideological beliefs (n = 109 friendship groups) predicted the homophobic and racist...

Authoritarianism, Social Dominance, and Other Roots of Generalized Prejudice
Political Psychology, Vol. 31(3)
Author(s): Sam McFarland

Abstract: The search for the personological roots of generalized prejudice (or ethnocentrism) began with the authoritarian personality, but in recent years, the...

The Essential Tension Between Leadership and Power: When Leaders Sacrifice Group Goals for the Sake of Self-interest
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol. 99(3)
Author(s): Jon K. Maner, Nicole L. Mead

Abstract: Throughout human history, leaders have been responsible for helping groups attain important goals. Ideally, leaders use their power to steer groups to...

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