Status Generalization: New Theory and Research

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Stanford University Press, 1988 - Social Science - 536 pages
 

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Contents

PART I
18
Can Expectations for Competence Be Altered in
27
A Situational Approach
55
A Status Characteristics
69
Toward an Expectation States Theory
110
TESTS AND ELABORATIONS
165
A Status and Legitimacy
188
The Legitimation of Power and Prestige Orders in Task
207
An Exercise
309
Dynamics of the Formation of Stable Dominance Structures
327
From Expectation States to Macro Processes
351
Social Differentiation and Social Integration
366
NEW RESEARCH METHODS
379
Expectations and Actions
399
Developing an Open Interaction Experimental Situation
413
COMMENTS ON THE PROGRAM
433

Paths of Relevance and Evaluative Competence
232
Standards Performances and the Formation of SelfOther
248
Status and Demeanor over Time
261
INTEGRATIONS
277
Structural Inequality Legitimation and Reactions
291
Directions in Expectation States Research
450
References Cited
477
Index
529
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