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Food Advertising To Children, George Moscone May 1975

Food Advertising To Children, George Moscone

Senator Moscone

Senate Joint Resolution 3 press release about food advertising to children


The Impact Of Status Differences On Coalitional Agreements: An Experimental Study, Edward J. Lawler Jan 1975

The Impact Of Status Differences On Coalitional Agreements: An Experimental Study, Edward J. Lawler

Articles and Chapters

This experiment investigated the impact of status differences between subordinates and face-to-face coalition negotiations on insurgent coalitional action. The effects of these variables were examined in stratified groups, where a leader established inequitable pay-rates, and subordinates could coalesce and destroy a portion of the leader’s outcomes. The results showed that status differences (as opposed to status similarity) undermined the sense of common interests between subordinates and reduced the severity of coalitional action against the leader. Face-to-face negotiations engendered a more cautious approach to coalition negotiations and also reduced the severity of insurgent action. The results suggest that status differences ...


Endorsement Of Formal Leaders: An Integrative Model, H. Andrew Michener, Edward J. Lawler Jan 1975

Endorsement Of Formal Leaders: An Integrative Model, H. Andrew Michener, Edward J. Lawler

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This experiment develops an integrative, path-analytic model for the endorsement accorded formal leaders. The model contains four independent variables reflecting aspects of group structure (i.e., group success-failure, the payoff distribution, the degree of support by others members for the leader, and the vulnerability of the leader). Also included are two intervening variables reflecting perceptual processes (attributed competence and attributed fairness), and one dependent variable (endorsement). The results indicate that endorsement is greater when the group's success is high, when the payoff distribution is flat rather than hierarchical, and when the leader is not vulnerable to removal from office ...


An Exploratory Study Of The Effects Of Bankruptcy On The Susceptibility Of Small Businessmen To Right-Wing Ideology, Rayford Kytle Jan 1975

An Exploratory Study Of The Effects Of Bankruptcy On The Susceptibility Of Small Businessmen To Right-Wing Ideology, Rayford Kytle

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