Right-wing authoritarianism relative to traditional western thinking and locus of control
- Authoritarianism, anti-authoritarianism, and locus of control. McCollaum, Bruce; Lester, David // Psychological Reports;Apr95, Vol. 76 Issue 2, p418
Studies American college students enrolled in social science courses with authoritarianism and anti-authoritarianism personalities using the locus of control scale. Characteristics of the authoritarian personality; Computation.
- Marketing Research and Corporate Litigation... Where Is the Balance of Ethical Justice? Smith, Scott M. // Journal of Business Ethics;Aug84, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p185
Tampering with the judicial system has long been regarded as an unethical and illegal standard of corporate behavior. Advances in behavioral research have recently, however, skirted the 'letter of the law' by applying consumer research techniques to the sampling universe from which prospective...
- THE POLITICS OF THE AUTHORITARIAN PERSONALITY. Levine, Alan J. // World & I;Dec2002, Vol. 17 Issue 12, p270
Examines the results of a study on the connection between personality traits and prejudice, conducted by the Berkeley Public Opinion Study and the Institute of Social Research in the U.S. Factors that influence personality formation; Characteristics of an authoritarian personality; Types of...
- GENDER, AUTHORITARIANISM, AND ATTITUDES TOWARD FEMINISM. Sarup, Gian // Social Behavior & Personality: An International Journal;1976, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p57
Discusses the results of the responses of men and women who were high, medium or low in authoritarianism to a Likert-type scale measuring attitudes toward feminism. Exhibition of more antifeminist tendencies among both high-authoritarian respondents than did low-authoritarian respondents;...
- communicating personal power. Haddock, Patricia // Supervision;Jan2002, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p13
Discusses the importance of developing and communicating a sense of personal power. Benefits of communicating one's personal power; Qualities to attain and develop in order to communicate a sense of personal power; Tips for communicating personal power.
- Even for an editor, kicking a wastepaper bin is going too far. Hagerty, Bill // New Statesman;09/18/2000, Vol. 129 Issue 4504, p51
Talks about the authoritative attitude of newspaper editors in Great Britain. Concept of thuggery in newspaper editing; Examples of editors in the country who humiliate their staff.
- Social identity theory and the authoritarian personality theory in South Africa. Niens, Ulrike; Cairns, Ed; Finchilescu, Gillian; Foster, Don; Tredoux, Colin // South African Journal of Psychology;May2003, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p109
Social identity theory assumes the individuals and collectives apply identity management strategies in order to cope with threatened social identities. It is argued here that an integration of social identity theory and the authoritarian personality theory may help to investigate identity...
- Lessons from a control freak. Barry, Rebecca // Redbook;Feb99, Vol. 192 Issue 4, p67
Provides lessons from an authoritative person or the so-called control freak. Work dedication; Marriage partnership; Charm possessed by control freaks.
- Authoritarian and socially restrictive attitudes toward mental patients in mental health... Rousseau, Annie; de Man, Anton F. // Psychological Reports;Dec98 Part 1, Vol. 83 Issue 3, p803
Examines whether mental health volunteers differed from nonvolunteers in authoritarian and socially restrictive attitudes toward mental patients. Negative attitudes as relating to old age; Negative relation of authoritarianism to volunteer status and education and positively to social...