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Leadership, Cohesion, and Team Norms Regarding Cheating and Aggression

David Lyle Light Shields, Douglas E. Gardner, Brenda Jo Light Bredemeier, Alan Bostrom
1995 Sociology of Sport Journal  
Moral action in sport contexts is a theme of increasing interest to sport social scientists. In a recent model of the influences on moral action in physical  ...  The focus was on team cheating and aggression norms in relation to demographic variables, leadership style, and team cohesion.  ...  To determine whether there was a relationship between task or social cohesion and relative consensus regarding team norms, we conducted a simple correlation analysis between task and social cohesion and  ... 
doi:10.1123/ssj.12.3.324 fatcat:i2artcol75hd3miyyadtzuh7ga

Nationalism, war and social cohesion

Siniša Malešević
2011 Ethnic and Racial Studies  
Most studies of nationalism and war focus on the direct causal relationship between the two.  ...  This paper challenges both of these leading interpretations by problematizing the nature of group solidarity in the large scale violent conflicts.  ...  Instead its prevalence and intensity are determined by the active participation of various social agents: not only state institutions such as the education, mass media, military, police and administrative  ... 
doi:10.1080/01419870.2010.489647 fatcat:ovgvrsrqdjb3loa3gufdqxbcjq

Cohesion Policy Implementation, Performance And Communication: Scotland Case Study

Viktoriya Dozhdeva, Carlos Mendez, John Bachtler
2018 Zenodo  
The objective of this case study is to investigate EU Cohesion policy performance and communication in Scotland and the impact on citizens' attitudes to the EU.  ...  The case study focuses on two ERDF and two ESF Operational Programmes in 2007-13 (covering two programme areas of the Highlands and Islands, and the Lowlands and Uplands of Scotland) and Scotland - wide  ...  the MA social media presence (including Events and Content Planner, Hootsuite and Web Analytics).  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1306209 fatcat:d4q5naf62jgjdjgakimyflmcoa

Cohesion network analysis of CSCL participation

Mihai Dascalu, Danielle S. McNamara, Stefan Trausan-Matu, Laura K. Allen
2017 Behavior Research Methods  
CNA, grounded in theories of cohesion, dialogism, and polyphony, is similar to social network analysis (SNA), but it also considers text content and discourse structure and, uniquely, uses automated cohesion  ...  Thus, CNA enhances the power of SNA by explicitly considering semantic cohesion while modeling interactions between participants.  ...  Author note We thank the students of University BPolitehnica^of Bucharest who participated in our experiments and to Lucia Larise Stavarache for her support in processing the chat conversations.  ... 
doi:10.3758/s13428-017-0888-4 pmid:28409485 fatcat:xm6u776gufb2fbmlqbndphwvza

The Socio-political Bases of Willingness to Join Environmental NGOs 57 in China: A Study in Social Cohesion

Neil Munro
2013 The International Journal of Social Quality  
This research is supported by British Economic and Social Research Council grant number ES/J012688/1  ...  Finally, I relate the findings to the social quality approach and in particular to the task of measuring social cohesion.  ...  Partly as a result of this diversity, there has been little consensus in the literature on what social cohesion is.  ... 
doi:10.3167/ijsq.2013.030105 fatcat:gb5t7r4ty5cavhxfxtfutobvyu

Understanding social inclusion, social cohesion, and social capital

Robert Oxoby
2009 International Journal of Social Economics  
The topics of social capital, social cohesion, and social inclusion are increasingly gaining interest in economics, sociology, and politics, particularly in regards to addressing poverty and designing  ...  Here, we seek to develop the connections and interdependencies between these related concepts.  ...  is higher and participation in social groups lower in urban areas where there is greater heterogeneity and less cohesion.  ... 
doi:10.1108/03068290910996963 fatcat:7ev5f5drkrac5dgnnm7naqlbme

European Identity And Citizen Attitudes To Cohesion Policy: What Do We Know?

Carlos Mendez, John Bachtler
2016 Zenodo  
It then reviews the literature on the impact of EU Cohesion policy on citizens' attitudes to the EU and related studies of Cohesion policy communication.  ...  This paper provides a state-of-the art review of the literature on European identity and on citizens' attitudes to Cohesion policy.  ...  Cohesion policy on identification with the EU, drawing on the citizens survey and focus groups' tasks.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1041539 fatcat:fcvfim74rfa7pkj7e2o57nmgq4

Family Change and Implications for Family Solidarity and Social Cohesion

Roderic Beaujot, Zenaida Ravanera
2008 Canadian Studies in Population  
Social cohesion can be viewed in terms of common projects and networks of social relations that characterize families, communities and society.  ...  After looking at changes in families and in the family setting of individuals, the paper considers both intra-family cohesion and families as basis for social cohesion.  ...  Social Cohesion: Common Projects and Social Networks Social cohesion refers to the relation between individuals and groups, in terms of inclusion, participation and belonging.  ... 
doi:10.25336/p69316 fatcat:c5ipsinijjavzbe4iwcd47hvrq

Stakeholders' Perception Of Cohesion Policy Implementation And Performance: Dimensions, Determinants And Outcomes

Maciej Smętkowski, Grzegorz Gorzelak, Jakub Rok
2018 Zenodo  
The factors comprised by the analysis include those associated with the stakeholders' opinions about the implementation and performance of the Cohesion Policy and those based on the statistics capturing  ...  Thirdly, based on the opinions expressed by the stakeholders, the study defines the conditions which are conducive to a positive impact of the Cohesion Policy on the resident's opinions about the European  ...  On the other hand, the desirable effects of the Cohesion Policy were as a rule better assessed in regions where the economic and social development was relatively unobstructed.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1237848 fatcat:blcv7vofvfhhvbddbworbv6hcy

Social Cohesion and the Anticipated Fall of the Welfare State

Håkan Hydén
2020 Annals of Social Sciences & Management studies  
The quantitative systems media -economy and politics -money and power, can express influence and valuecommitments, but they cannot generate these qualities-only the communicative action in the life world  ...  Though, it seems that corruption influences the degree of dissatisfaction of the political leadership and the economic system without necessary threatening social cohesion [6] .  ...  Annals of Social Sciences & Management studies  ... 
doi:10.19080/asm.2020.05.555658 fatcat:72bbv2cp3zdlzdodneiyd3s5em

A "cohesive moral community" is already patrolling behavioral science

George Ainslie
2015 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
Underneath it is a wish to harness scientific belief in service of positive social values, at the cost of reducing objectivity.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT We thank Todd Heatherton for his comments on an earlier draft of this Response.  ...  Diversity in research groups may foster influences of hidden profile (Lu et al. 2012) , where the focus on common information produces minimal consensus, which creates limited and biased research.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x14001101 pmid:26787077 fatcat:og5d4v6bdrbmzengbbevpnpbku

Bias in the Boardroom: Psychological Foundations and Legal Implications of Corporate Cohesion

James D. Cox, Harry L. Munsinger
1985 Law & Contemporary Problems  
, and the subjective satisfactions that people express based on social participation.  ...  These tasks were conducted in distinct groups and the resulting familiarity among the members within each group created positive ingroup cohesion.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1191535 fatcat:t5lki67qnjeildytouh43dodym

Safeguarding Environmental Values and Social Cohesion under Trade Liberalisation: Global Governance, G8 Action, and Local Initiatives [chapter]

2017 New Directions in Global Political Governance  
The G8 and Global Governance Series explores the issues, the institutions, and the strategies of the participants in the G8 network of global governance, and other actors, processes, and challenges that  ...  The G8 and Global Governance Series focusses on the new issues at the centre of global governance, covering topics such as finance, investment, and trade, as well as transnational threats to human security  ...  protection, and social cohesion.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315248103-27 fatcat:cggzl3qbxjaqrbsdcplexsfo34

The Influence of Education on Community Cohesion: Adaptation of Policy to Practice

Laura C. Engel, Alison Kington, Agata Mleczko
2013 The Journal of educational research (Washington, D.C.)  
In the last fifteen years, social and community cohesion have become key concepts in European social, migration, and education policy.  ...  Drawing on longitudinal data from two schools in England, we analyze the interplay between national policies of community cohesion and local level practices.  ...  We would also like to acknowledge the Includ-ED project and CREA.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00220671.2012.753862 fatcat:46kv3pdblfbfzmc7daaoirxvbi

New Opportunities for Military Women: Effects upon Readiness, Cohesion, and Morale

Eliot A. Cohen, Margaret C. Harrell, Laura L. Miller
1998 Foreign Affairs  
This body of work has also delineated the relationship among social cohesion, task cohesion, and group outcomes: Task cohesion has a modest but reliable influence on performance; social cohesion does not  ...  Multiple research efforts have shown that high social cohesion, or bonding on a social level, can have deleterious effects on performance outcomes and task cohesion, because people start to prioritize  ...  Identifying information will be used only by persons engaged in, and for the purposes of, the survey. Only group statistics will be reported. a.  ... 
doi:10.2307/20049150 fatcat:k7rkmm5nifajlibra3fq543d6e
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