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The Psychology of Legitimacy

Emerging Perspectives on Ideology, Justice, and Intergroup Relations
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Cambridge University Press
Social, group or collective psychology, Sociology, Social Studies, Stereotype (Psychology), Rationalization (Psychology), Legitimacy of governments, Sociology, Sociology - Social Theory, Psychology, Social Psychology, General, Minority Studies - General, Psychology & Psychiatry / General, Intergroup relations, Social stratification, Stereotypes (Social psycho
ContributionsJohn T. Jost (Editor), Brenda Major (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7753884M
ISBN 100521786991
ISBN 139780521786997

Any researcher involved in the serious study of legitimacy processes and everyone who wants to better understand how legitimacy affects individual and collective behavior should read this book." Contemporary Psychology "This book is exhaustively researched and referenced and, as a whole, creates a substantial foundation for future research."5/5(2).

The book has important implications for leadership and politics and for understanding how Work on stereotyping and internalization of inferiority helps to explain why the oppressed do not revolt. The book has important implications for leadership and politics and for understanding how businesses and governments maintain their legitimacy to /5(13).

This book, first published insummarizes and integrates the best social scientific research in a previously neglected but rapidly emerging interdisciplinary field seeking to understand processes of legitimation and de-legitimation in social relations.

Contributors are leading researchers in sociology, psychology, political science, and organizational behavior. Emerging perspectives on the psychology of legitimacy John T. Jost and Brenda Major-- Part II.

The Psychology of Legitimacy book Perspectives on Sociological and Psychological Theories of Legitimacy: 2. Theories of legitimacy Morris Zelditch, Jr Reflections on social and psychological processes of legitimization and delegitimization Herbert C.

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Reflections on Social and Psychological Processes of Legitimization and Delegitimization / Herbert C. Kelman ; 4. A Perceptual Theory of Legitimacy: Politics, Prejudice, Social Institutions, and Moral Value /. The Psychology Of Justice And Legitimacy. Welcome,you are looking at books for reading, the The Psychology Of Justice And Legitimacy, you will able to read or download in Pdf or ePub books and notice some of author may have lock the live reading for some of ore it need a FREE signup process to obtain the book.

This book, first published insummarizes and integrates the best social scientific research in a previously neglected but rapidly emerging interdisciplinary field seeking to understand processes of legitimation and de-legitimation in social relations.

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Legitimacy is a psychological property of an authority, institution, or social arrangement that leads those connected to it to believe that it is appropriate, proper, and just. Because of legitimacy, people feel that they ought to defer to decisions and rules, following them voluntarily out of obligation rather than out of fear of punishment or anticipation of reward.

Being legitimate is Cited by: Book Description. In response to the international turmoil, violence, and increasing ideological polarization, social psychological interest in the topics of legitimacy and social justice has blossomed considerably.

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Papers presented at the Eleventh Ontario Symposium on Personality and Social Psychology, held at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, August 16 to 18, to the psychology of legitimacy.

The book's eighteen chapters are divided into six sections, organized around theories and different levels of analysis. In section 1, Jost and Major introduce the conceptual relevance of the psychology of legitimacy.

Section 2 provides a broad historical survey of the sociological and psychological theo-ries of. 1 Emerging Perspectives on the Psychology of Legitimacy John T.

Jost and Brenda Major With this book, we are proud to present what we see as the best research currently being conducted in a rapidly emerging interdisciplinary field seeking File Size: KB. The psychology of legitimacy: emerging perspectives on ideology, justice, and intergroup relations /.

The Psychology of Legitimacy Emerging Perspectives on Ideology, Justice, and Intergroup Relations This book summarizes and integrates the best social scientific research currently going on in a previously neglected but rapidly emerging interdisciplinary field seeking to understand processes of legitimation and delegitimation in social relations.

The Psychology of Legitimacy by John T. Jost,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(13). Legitimacy.

With respect to political theory, a state is perceived as being legitimate when its citizens treat it as properly holding and exercising political power.

While the term exists beyond the political realm, as it encompasses sociology, philosophy, and psychology, legitimacy is often referred to with respect to actors, institutions, and the political orders they constitute.

[PDF] The Psychology of Legitimacy: Emerging Perspectives on Ideology Justice and Intergroup. The psychology of legitimacy: a relational perspective on voluntary deference to authorities. Two theories about legitimacy are contrasted: resource-based theories, represented by instrumental models, and identification-based theories, represented by the relational model.

The findings provide strong support for the existence of a relational Cited by: Legitimacy is a psychological property of an authority, institution, or social arrangement that leads those connected to it to believe that it is appropriate, proper, and : Tom R.

Tyler. of these experiences on views of the legitimacy of legal authorities, because legitimacy in the eyes of the public is a key precondition to the effectiveness of authorities. Changes in legitimacy will affect the degree to which people comply with laws in their everyday lives.

I focus in this book on the judgments people make about their personal. The Psychology of Justice and Legitimacy book.

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The Psychology of Legitimacy: A Relational Perspective on Voluntary Deference to Authorities Article (PDF Available) in Personality and Social Psychology Review 1(4) Author: Tom R.

Tyler. The Psychology of Legitimacy bership, simple short-term self-interest extends across a number of issues and over time.

People want to feel that they will generally benefit from membership in the group. They judge whether they will by examining the procedures according to which allocations are made and disputes resolved. Culturally adapted psychotherapy and the legitimacy of myth: a direct-comparison meta-analysis.

Benish SG(1), Quintana S, Wampold BE. Author information: (1)Department of Counseling Psychology, University of Wisconsin--Madison, Platteville, WIUSA. [email protected] by: Buy The Psychology of Legitimacy: Emerging Perspectives on Ideology, Justice, and Intergroup Relations by Edited by John T.

Jost, Brenda Major (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1).Lindblom suggests that when a legitimacy gap occurs, there is a threat to the entity’s legitimacy and when a disparity, actual or potential, exists between the two value systems, there is a threat to the entity’s legitimacy.

Dowling and Pfeffer () indicate that legitimacy is a resource on which an organisation is dependent for Size: KB.