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Explaining the Perceived Influence
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05 level achievement discrepancy approval of illegal arithmetic means beta coefficients bivariate correlations community integration demographic variables deserts discrepancy between achievement efficacy of illegal empirical explained variances extent frustration-aggression theory Geesthacht Hamburg data Hamburg study HH GER NYC hypotheses incentive variables incentives for protest independent variables indirect indicators individual influence measures integration variables legal and illegal Legal protest Illegal Muller multicollinearity negative sanctions norms of protest norms of violence nuclear energy nuclear power NYC HH opponents of nuclear partial correlation perceived influence political participation political protest predictions principal component analysis protest behavior protest Illegal protest protest scales public good construct public good variables rational choice model rational choice theory rational choice variables RD measures relative deprivation relative deprivation theory relative gratification respective respondents sample selective incentives status inconsistency subjective probabilities system alienation Table theoretical three studies utility voluntary associations West German study York City study