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The paper argues that post-socialist neoliberal democracy is hindered by the exposed or conditioned ethnic symbolic radical populism, particularly in the post-Yugoslav ethnonationalism political behavior: the approach towards the fascist ideology symbols disregards the communist social memory of stability and collectivism-oriented community. Former...
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Studies of American Jewish preferences in the 2020 US presidential election reveal striking variability in partisan choices from one survey to the next. We believe this variability is due in part to different approaches to the measurement of Jewishness across surveys and survey research firms. Drawing principally on social identity theory, we argue...
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zet Bu araştırmanın temel amacı sağlık sektöründe çalışanların sosyotropik-otonom kişilik özelliklerinin politik davranışlar üzerine etkisinde algılanan etik iş iklimi rolünün ele alınıp, değerlendirilmesidir. Bu kapsamda konu ile ilgili yerli ve yabancı literatür taraması yapılarak araştırmanın kavramsal çerçevesi çizilmiş ve literatür taramasıyla...
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Chapter 1: Introduction The rise of Asia and the Pacific regions, with the major powers such as China, Japan and India, as well as the emerging middle powers such as Indonesia, Malaysia, South Korea, and Thailand that are fueled by the new industrialization has marked the ‘Asian Century’ leading the global economy and politics in the twenty-first...
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Research in legislative politics suggests that the desire to get reelected encourages legislators to “bring home the pork”—by delivering electorally rewarding, targeted spending. This is particularly true where the electoral system encourages incumbents to cultivate a personal vote. We analyze how Philippine Senators spend their Constituency Develo...
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Political behaviors have an important place in human life in terms of providing benefits. For this reason, while political behaviors are revealed in achieving the desired goals, the importance of political skill increases. In the organizational field, especially the political skill levels of the managers are seen as an important factor in the achie...
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There is a continuing debate over the political importance and durability of partisan attachments in European multi-party systems. Drawing on a nationally representative 5-wave panel, we provide a longitudinal test of the power of partisanship in Italy over the course of the tumultuous 2013 national elections. We find that a strong partisan affilia...
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Based on the assumption that disclosing explicit populist radical-right (PRR) attitudes and voting intentions for PRR parties may be inhibited by a social desirability bias, this paper aims at developing a measure for implicit populist attitudes (IAT) and at assessing its explanatory power for the prediction of PRR party support. Using data from a...
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: Political opportunity is considered an important factor in any kind of activism, as it represents the context or norms in which a movement operates. Much of the extant literature has focused on political opportunity on a case‐by‐case basis with little consistency in its operationalization. Our goal in this study is to build toward a generalizable...
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Political behavior is observed in every organization and is one of the most significant phenomena in organizations. Despite its importance, few studies have been conducted to explore the impact of perceived organizational politics on public organizations. This study examined the direct impact of perceived organizational politics on organizational p...
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Politically relevant identities and opinions about politics and government are neither randomly nor evenly distributed across space. The task of social scientists studying electoral geography is to understand why. Explanations go to individual characteristics, the characteristics of the settings where they live out their lives, or interesting inter...
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Esse artigo avalia a relação entre o comportamento político e regulação econômica a partir da análise de saliência das proposições econômicas apresentadas no Congresso Nacional entre 1996-2020. Construímos um banco de dados original para analisar como os congressistas buscam regular setores do mercado econômico e quais os principais tipos de políti...
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Mounting evidence shows that authoritarian orientations exert a powerful influence on public opinion attitudes and candidate support. The 2018 Brazilian elections brought to power Jair Bolsonaro, a candidate with an open disregard for democracy and democratic institutions. This study examines Brazilian voters’ differences in authoritarianism and el...
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What are the political consequences of ongoing social sorting? We evaluate the degree of social sorting and mass polarization using the predictability of partisanship and voting decisions as quantities of interest. Contrary to expectations, demographic sorting has not produced a very predictable electorate. Models trained on nothing more than demog...
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logically it is extremely difficult and even impossible to refute a theory simply because it is unsuitable for testing. Also, if this reasoning may be true at the level of theories related to science and physical laws, but it is inevitably often highly unacceptable in the field of human sciences. Accordingly, there are real and realistic question m...
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The Bedouin syndrome represents social interactions based on four premises: a friend of my friend is my friend, a friend of my enemy is my enemy, an enemy of my friend is my enemy, and an enemy of my enemy is my friend. These extensive associations exist in many social and economic relationships, such as market competition, neighborhood relations,...
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In the wake of the most recent protests in Belarus following the 2020 Presidential Election, it is useful to explore patterns of satisfaction with the political system, confidence in political institutions, and political participation at different points in time during President Lukashenko's rule. We utilize Wave 3 of the World Values Study (WVS) a...
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Does the return of large carnivores affect voting behavior? We study this question through the lens of wolf attacks on livestock. Sustained environmental conservation has allowed the wolf ( Canis lupus) to make an impressive and unforeseen comeback across Central Europe in recent years. While lauded by conservationists, local residents often see th...
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Since the start of the 21st century, the world has not confronted a more serious threat to global public health than the COVID-19 pandemic. While governments initially took radical actions in response to the pandemic to avoid catastrophic collapse of their health care systems, government policies have also had numerous knock-on socioeconomic, polit...
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Churches have long been sites of local charity work as well as national political movements. What happens when people engage in more individualistic forms of spirituality, like mindfulness meditation or yoga, rather than participate in religious communities? Might the rise of individualized forms of spirituality lead to a decline in political engag...
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Decarbonization to mitigate climate change will require a reduction in fossil fuel consumption. The economic effects of moving away from fossil fuels motivates communities that produce coal, oil and gas to obstruct climate policy. How could climate policy be designed to win support for decarbonization in fossil fuel communities? Answering this ques...
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Decarbonization to mitigate climate change will require a reduction in fossil fuel consumption. The economic effects of moving away from fossil fuels motivates communities that produce coal, oil and gas to obstruct climate policy. How could climate policy be designed to win support for decarbonization in fossil fuel communities? Answering this ques...
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Political science is the study of the state, government, and politics by definition (Oxford Reference Browse). Political thought for thousands of years had focused on two broad questions to understand the political in a certain society, which are “How a society is governed?” and “How a society should be governed?”. Political thought generally focus...
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The research presented in this paper attempts to explore the relationship between religious and political attitudes. More specifically we investigate how religious behavior, in terms of belief intensity and practice frequency, is related to specific patterns of political behavior such as ideology, understanding democracy and his set of moral values...
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The religious communication approach concerns the identification of causal explanations of political behavior through the explicit measurement of exposure to communication and the variable reception and adoption of the messages in a religious context. The approach requires more questions or different research designs than those on omnibus surveys,...
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Variations in perceptions of and attitudes towards justice animate how different people decide to engage in politics. In the US, political attitudes typically vary across salient identity markers such as race, gender, and socioeconomic class. Drawing on insights from the Black Lives Matter movement, this research note advances a theoretical framewo...
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A large literature examines how citizens in violent conflicts react to the conflict's events, particularly violent escalations. Nevertheless, the temporal nature of these attitudinal changes remains understudied. We suggest that popular reactions to greater violence are typically immediate but brief, indicating short-term emotional responses to phy...
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The paper presents a theoretical, analytical, and ethical examination of B&H political economy, Constitutional "protection of vital national interests," and its effects on human security- socioeconomic conditions. The phenomenon of vital national interest and a theoretical and practical question focused on a constitutionally conditioned political p...
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Örgütler, kaynakların daha etkili, ekonomik ve verimli kullanılması çerçevesinde çeşitli güç mücadelelerinin yaşandığı, taktik ve stratejilerin uygulandığı politik oluşumlardır. Bu sebeple kaynak verimliliği açısından düşünüldüğünde örgütün amaç ve hedeflerine ulaşmasında güç ve güçle ilişkili durumların nasıl ve ne şekilde kullanıldığı elzem olmak...
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The complexities and questions about the philosophical dialectis associated with the normative value pattern that must be adopted in global politics are increasing. This is based on the momentum of the repercussions of the recognition of ethical principles on the level of trends that revolve around: 1- Sustainable development and the gap between th...
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Religion beskrevs ännu på 1960-talet av vissa som den kanske viktigaste politiska skiljelinjen (Rose & Urwin 1969, s. 12). Därför är det heller inte förvånande att religion och andlighet, i detta kapitel refererat till under samlingsbegreppet religiositet, regelbundet brukar användas som en faktor för att förklara olika typer av skillnader i poli...
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Denna bok riktar sig till medborgare, politiker, journalister och alla som är nyfikna på vad Svenskfinland tycker i olika frågor. Syftet med boken är att belysa olika frågor ur ett mer populärvetenskapligt perspektiv. Boken innehåller 16 korta kapitel som fokuserar på teman som det politiska förtroendet, politiskt beteende, andlighet, språkklimatet...
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National integration and national identity have engulfed Pakistani society since its establishment. Traditionally, the society has remained divided along religious, ethnic, linguistic, and provincial lines. However, political developments of the last decade have added a new dimension, which has divided society into political lines. The disturbing a...
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Organizations often invest heavily in developing and maintaining their strategy and an entire library has been written about how best to do this. On average, however, these efforts yield little. This is due to a lack of knowledge of and attention for the social dimension of strategy formation. Do the actors involved work together and learn with and...
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Free and fair elections are the cornerstone of representative democracy. In recent years, however, elections in many advanced democracies have increasingly come under attack by populist actors and rhetoric questioning the integrity of the electoral process. While scholarly attention has so far largely focused on expert surveys measuring and documen...
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Concurrent housing and opioid crises have increased exposure to street-crime, homelessness and addiction in American cities. What are the political consequences of this increased neighborhood disorder? We examine a change in social context following the relocation of homelessness and drug treatment services in Boston. In 2014, an unexpected bridge...
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This paper reveals how community-level income inequality affects political participation. We theorize that local experiences of inequality increase awareness of the unequal distribution of income in the US, provoking political activity, particularly among those with more resources enabling them to act. Using restricted geographic data from the 2012...
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Scholarship in American politics finds whites’ racial resentment and status threat predict their vote choice. However, research in social identity indicates that such variables should negatively correlate with participation, attenuating resentful whites’ political power. We resolve this contradiction by studying these variables interactively, using...
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Political behavior is the study of the way people consider, feel, act or do in regards to politics. This research studies the ways or means in which citizens can utilize to influence their governments. It addresses the forms of the political participation in general, by dividing them into two categories; conventional and unconventional. Furthermore...
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Emerging research has begun investigating the neural underpinnings of the biological and psychological differences that drive political ideology, attitudes, and actions. Here we explore the neurological roots of politics through conducting a large sample, whole-brain analysis of functional connectivity (FC) across common fMRI tasks. Using convoluti...
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The paper intends to demonstrate how teaching and research of political communication have some inherent flaws in India. There is a huge amount of research literature available in the field of political communication in relation to communication campaigns, alternative strategies, populism, public relations, etc. But on the other hand, there is also...
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Understanding the collective behavior of (groups of) individuals in complex systems, even in scenarios where the individual properties of their components are known, is a challenge. From the point of view of network models, the collective actions of these individuals are often projected on a graph forming a network of co-interactions, which we here...
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Contemporary politics is noteworthy for its emotional character. Emotions shape and, in turn, are elicited by partisan polarization, public opinion, and political attitudes. In this article, we outline recent work in the field of emotion and politics with an emphasis on the relationship between emotion and polarization, issue attitudes, information...
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Recent decades have seen a trend toward enfranchising emigrated citizens in home country elections. Political parties have also become increasingly interested in connecting with emigrant voters. That said, we still know little of what voters think of the parties in the home country and how party preferences may change because of migration. On the o...
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Sexist attitudes influence a wide range of political behaviors, including support for explicitly gendered policies like gender quotas. But we know much less about how sexism might broadly shape policy preferences. We argue that some policy domains are implicitly associated with being pro-women or pro-men because of gender socialization, gender segr...
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We explore the role of “political discontent” as a second dimension of American public opinion. Others have shown that a second dimension tends to capture social and/or racial attitudes. What happens when indicators of discontent are included in such analyses? Using data from two surveys and the ordered optimal classification (OOC) procedure, we sc...
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In this paper we argue that 'Religion' can turn out to be the foundation of political-collaboration between Muslim countries. We have demonstrated: (1) the relationship of religion with political-collaboration; (2) an understanding of religious foundations; (3) the need of political-collaboration; (4)and identified seven religious foundations for p...
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Linguistic Explorations of Societies (LES) is an interdisciplinary research project with scholars from the fields of political science, computer science, and computational linguistics. The overarching ambition of LES has been to contribute to the survey-based comparative scholarship by compiling and analyzing online text data within and between lan...
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This study tries to bring to the surface related to the emergence of interesting phenomena in the political behavior of the people in Ciptamargi Village, Cilebar District, Karawang Regency. In this study, the author uses the theory According to Dennis Kavanagh which says that the political behavior of voters can be analyzed with 3 (five) approaches...
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My research work provides for: (1) Definitional approach over “Computational Political Science” from the perspective of existing computational research on general political science themes, like state complexity and dynamics, ideology, political psychology, electoral studies (Voinea, 2016). (2) Definitional approach over “Computational Political Cul...
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The purpose of research is to understand the meaning and dynamics of nationalism of a founding father, namely Ir. Soekarno. The research used qualitative methods with psycho-hermeneutic approaches. The research involved a single subject, Namely Ir. Soekarno. The results showed that nationalism contains consistent interactions between affective, cog...
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This study advances research on the role of protest in individual-level participation repertoires by examining how latent class analysis can be used to identify distinctive types of political participants. This methodological approach requires shifting researchers' traditional theoretical and analytical focus on protest as a single political act to...
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New technologies are a key driver of labor market change in recent decades. There are renewed concerns that technological developments in areas such as robotics and artificial intelligence will destroy jobs and create political upheaval. This article reviews the vibrant debate about the economic consequences of recent technological change and then...
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Societally salient issues, like migration, stimulate user engagement with political parties on social media. This user engagement, in turn, is associated with political behavior, such as voting. Nonetheless, few studies so far have investigated the interaction between these factors. We examine how anti-immigration attitudes are associated with user...
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Without any "correct" philosophical attitude, a practical execution of the specifically post-modernist category building is namely not at all possible. In other words, this means so much that this specific category building is not at all possible without any preliminary missionnization, what so much again means, in other words, that there is practi...
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Resumo: A literatura sobre comportamento político tem analisado as relações entre atitudes de tolerância política e diferentes formas de ativismo, com resultados conflitantes. Procurando contribuir com essa agenda, esse artigo explora dados da onda de 2018 do Latin American Public Opinion Project (LAPOP) para analisar os efeitos da manifestação de...
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A consistent finding in industrialized democracies is that having a daughter shapes parents’ attitudes and behaviors in gender-egalitarian ways. We test whether this finding travels to a young middle-income democracy where women’s rights are more tenuous: South Africa. Using a dataset of over 7,500 respondents with information on family structure,...
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Cognitive biases deviate individuals from rational thinking. Studies have shown that these biases influence political attitudes and political decision-making among voters. However, there is less empirical evidence of biases among political elites. Therefore, this exploratory study attempts to analyse the cognitive biases that influence political at...
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Social influence among people is widely understood to be a universal component of the human experience. However, studies of political behavior have generally approached social influence as specific to a type of behavior, such as voting, in a particular national context. There are good reasons to expect that social influence is observable across div...
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Politeness is mainly investigated in verbal and written communicative encounters. This study novelistically examines politeness and politic behavior as a nonverbal communicative event concerning driving habits in Asia. Politeness is investigated based on four variables that are the country of origin, gender, age, and level of education. The novel f...
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The research aims to study movement and political behavior of candidates for the house of representatives in Kalasin province. This research is a qualitative research based on phenomenal folklore to obtain educational information based on election behavior studies. Under the context of a dynamic political structure by creating a general conclusion...
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Referendums constitute a political method for increasing the level of democratic legitimacy for a policy decision. An amendment in the Finnish constitution in 1990 enabled the organization of municipal level consultative referendums. The political power remains at the municipal council, irrespective of the referendum result, and municipal councils...
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Russian trolls generally supported the Trump campaign and were particularly active on Twitter 2015-2017. We find that trolling fell 35% on Russian holidays and to a lesser extent, when temperatures were cold in St. Petersburg. Exogenous variation in trolling by day allows us to consider indirectly -affected political behaviors in the US—outcomes th...
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A political act is a typical self-serving behavior that works to promote or protect self-interest. However, limited research explores its relationship with daily downstream behavior. Based on the ego depletion theory, the present study attempts to clarify when and how daily political acts will be transformed into interpersonal deviance. We collecte...
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Present study analyses social media users’ perceptions about presence of cyber bullying in political contents on Facebook and Twitter. In the presence of social media cells of political parties, this study designed to analyze impact of cyber bullying on political behavior of users. Design/Methodology/Approach: Present study utilized survey research...
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Intersectionality is widely recognized as one of the largest contributions to the study of race and gender across the academy. However, the quantitative operationalization of intersectionality within Political Science is often unsatisfactory. I offer a method to account for the multidimensionality of identity which highlights the modifying nature o...
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The use of social network sites to discuss and share political news and opinions is not a new phenomenon. An issue that arises, however, is the chance for someone’s social network to become an “echo chamber” where they voice their opinion, and have it affirmed and reinforced by those they allow into their social network circle. Young voters have th...
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Like different aspects of Economics identified as Monetary Economics, Fiscal Economics, Development Economics and Welfare Economics, Spiritual Economics should be considered as a mainstream source of knowledge in Economic Sciences explaining economic, social and political behavior among countries. The brief case study focuses on ‘Namaz’ as a signif...
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The corporate scandals of the twenty-first century have necessitated ethical behavior as a major component of the organizational process. These scandals occurred despite the ethical rules and laws in place, implying that rules and laws might not be effective in ensuring the ethical behavior of organizational participants at all times. Hence, a bett...
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While numerous studies have examined the effect of a co-ethnic candidate on the ballot for African Americans and Latinos, Asian Americans remain understudied in this regard. With the growth of Asian American voters nationwide, empirical questions prevail: Does the presence of an Asian American candidate on the ballot spur Asian American turnout or...
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Adolescents’ awareness of societal inequality has been linked to higher civic engagement. This study expands prior research by testing whether awareness of inequality differentially motivates prosocial and political forms of civic engagement, whether adults’ modeling of civic agency moderates links between awareness of inequality and civic engageme...
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Politics is often seen as a zero-sum game, so understanding how competition affects political behavior is a fruitful, yet underexplored area of study. Reactions to competition are known to be gendered, as women are significantly more aware of and averse to the potential negative effects of competition—risk and loss—than are men. Participants (n = 1...
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The Extent of information systems success is based on various determinants, including perceptions of organizational politics. This paper aims to determine the impact of perceptions of organizational politics on information systems success in banks. A comprehensive model was developed, and data were collected from information systems users in banks....
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In addition to an outstanding commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals’ (SDG) agenda to good governance (goal no. 16), there is an argument that the SDGs can only be achieved through good governance with strong political institutions and processes. In Indonesia, a new era in politics has been marked with the new leadership of Joko Widodo (th...
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Politeness plays an important role in regulating communication and enhancing social interactions.Research suggests that people treat interactive systems as social agents and may expect those systems to exhibit polite behavior. We augment early research in this area by proposing a framework that is grounded in sociolinguistics and pragmatics. The fr...