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Divorce Attitudes Around the World: Distinguishing the Impact of Culture on Evaluations and Attitude Structure
This article examines the link between culture and divorce attitudes using country-level data of the International Social Survey Programme 1994. Outside of examining the favorability of attitudes, we distinguish different ...
Authoritarianism and Candidate Support in the U.S. Presidential Elections of 1996 and 2000
Kemmelmeier sought to replicate and extend the findings of a link between a person's candidate preference and the degree of his or her authoritarianism in the US presidential elections of 1996 and 2000. The findings confirm ...
How Competition Is Viewed Across Cultures: A Test of Four Theories
Competition is a pervasive aspect of human life. Yet the values and attitudes that people have concerning competition vary widely, from the belief that it underpins the social order to the belief that it corrodes positive ...