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Human Values and Corporate Actions Propensity

Joel Marcus
2012 Business & Society  
According to Ghoshal, the basic behavioural assumptions of radical individualism and opportunistic self-interest that underlie transactions-costs theory, agency theory, and the like become self-fulfilling  ...  own sake.  ...  intended to measure individuals' corporate actions propensity (the propensity to support, endorse, or engage in a particular type of corporate action).  ... 
doi:10.1177/0007650312448891 fatcat:6ngdffbwpzavdfmtfewgg6zjci

Pocket Protests: Rhetorical Coercion and the Micropolitics of Collective Action in Semiauthoritarian Regimes

Jason M. K. Lyall
2006 World Politics  
Having staked its claim to governing a democratic, European state, Yeltsin had made entrapment a self-fulfilling prophecy once it began the bloody Chechen war.  ...  both underscore Putin's own emphasis on strengthening the rule of law.  ... 
doi:10.1353/wp.2007.0003 fatcat:mjd4nsui75am3k6iwvg24cjc2q

Automaticity of social behavior: Direct effects of trait construct and stereotype activation on action

John A. Bargh, Mark Chen, Lara Burrows
1996 Journal of Personality and Social Psychology  
Implications of this automatic behavior priming effect for self-fulfilling prophecies are discussed, as is whether social behavior is necessarily mediated by conscious choice processes.  ...  Priming refers to the incidental activation of knowledge structures, such as trait concepts and stereotypes, by the current situational context.  ...  Implications of this automatic behavior priming effect for self-fulfilling prophecies are discussed, as is whether social behavior is necessarily mediated by conscious choice processes.  ... 
doi:10.1037//0022-3514.71.2.230 pmid:8765481 fatcat:73fxdvoyefgzhnwl46ekfooc4u

Automaticity of social behavior: Direct effects of trait construct and stereotype activation on action

John A. Bargh, Mark Chen, Lara Burrows
1996 Journal of Personality and Social Psychology  
Implications of this automatic behavior priming effect for self-fulfilling prophecies are discussed, as is whether social behavior is necessarily mediated by conscious choice processes.  ...  Priming refers to the incidental activation of knowledge structures, such as trait concepts and stereotypes, by the current situational context.  ...  Implications of this automatic behavior priming effect for self-fulfilling prophecies are discussed, as is whether social behavior is necessarily mediated by conscious choice processes.  ... 
doi:10.1037/0022-3514.71.2.230 fatcat:d6uaqort6vai5cnoddzmgxrpcm

Catharsis, aggression, and persuasive influence: Self-fulfilling or self-defeating prophecies?

Brad J. Bushman, Roy F. Baumeister, Angela D. Stack
1999 Journal of Personality and Social Psychology  
Does media endorsement for catharsis produce a self-fulfilling or a self-defeating prophecy?  ...  Contrary to the catharsis hypothesis and to the self-fulfilling prophecy prediction, people who read the procatharsis message and then hit the punching bag were subsequently more aggressive than were people  ...  The concept of a self-fulfilling prophecy suggests that people's beliefs can shape their choices and the outcomes of their actions, so that expectations tend to come true by virtue of the changed behaviors  ... 
doi:10.1037//0022-3514.76.3.367 pmid:10101875 fatcat:z2cnfxsqyva5hprq2dhiochv5u

Catharsis, aggression, and persuasive influence: Self-fulfilling or self-defeating prophecies?

Brad J. Bushman, Roy F. Baumeister, Angela D. Stack
1999 Journal of Personality and Social Psychology  
Does media endorsement for catharsis produce a self-fulfilling or a self-defeating prophecy?  ...  Contrary to the catharsis hypothesis and to the self-fulfilling prophecy prediction, people who read the procatharsis message and then hit the punching bag were subsequently more aggressive than were people  ...  The concept of a self-fulfilling prophecy suggests that people's beliefs can shape their choices and the outcomes of their actions, so that expectations tend to come true by virtue of the changed behaviors  ... 
doi:10.1037/0022-3514.76.3.367 fatcat:yzu3d76bwvfj7aeiaa7l6mpuxu

Prejudice reduction, collective action, and then what?

Dominic Abrams, Milica Vasiljevic, Hazel M. Wardrop
2012 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
Despite upsides, collective action can also have destructive outcomes.  ...  prophecy.  ...  Longitudinal research indicates, for example, that women who score high on BS are more likely to express hostile attitudes towards their own gender in the future (Sibley et al. 2007) .  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x12001136 pmid:23164235 fatcat:zaxifodc4ba53kgbwnpsya3yty

Eroding Local Capacity: International Humanitarian Action in Africa

J. Milner
2003 Journal of Refugee Studies  
Soon the process becomes cumulative, with a built-in element of self-fulfilling prophecy.  ...  Determined to promote self-reliance, the colonial administration encouraged refugees to cultivate their own food and make their own clothing (Pinychwa, 1998) .  ...  Her most recent book is The Path of a Genocide: the Rwanda Crisis from Uganda to Zaire (with Howard Adelman), published by Transaction Publishers and the Nordic Africa Institute, 1999.  ... 
doi:10.1093/jrs/16.4.453 fatcat:2jc6f5evebacbk3tx37bn5kbfq

Rankings and Reactivity: How Public Measures Recreate Social Worlds

Wendy Nelson Espeland, Michael Sauder
2007 American Journal of Sociology  
The article first identifies two mechanisms, self-fulfilling prophecy and commensuration, that induce reactivity and then distinguishes patterns of effects produced by reactivity.  ...  He suggests that self-fulfilling prophecies create unique methodological problems for social science because subjects change their behavior in response to prediction; prediction, then, becomes a "new and  ...  We define self-fulfilling prophecies as processes by which reactions to social measures confirm the expectations or predictions that are embedded in measures or which increase the validity of the measure  ... 
doi:10.1086/517897 fatcat:5ediccdzoffkfilvlktr6mrwmm

Regulation for the Sake of Appearance

Adam Samaha
2011 Social Science Research Network  
These normative questions include aesthetics, transparency concerns, and the likelihood of a self-fulfilling prophecy.  ...  preventing a corruption-inducing self-fulfilling prophecy.  ...  self-fulfilling prophecies seems possible at this date.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1943174 fatcat:f4uf4mky3bfbloeqpc7h6pytxu

Recognising The Language of Calypso as "Symbolic Action" in Resolving Conflict in The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago

E. M. Phillips
2006 Caribbean Quarterly  
This art-form, having been influenced and adapted by the experiences o f enslaved Africans in the Diaspora, has been fused in the vortex o f plantation society.  ...  consciously make decisions regarding the actions they may take, to resolve the perceived contradictions and/or oppositions within their society.  ...  Your own actions are irrelevant and meaningless.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00086495.2006.11672287 fatcat:rradtrggzzdgzlz4okkrzglp7m

Should Cognitive Differences Research Be Forbidden?

Gerhard Meisenberg
2019 Psych  
These value systems are the proper focus of action.  ...  The proper questions to ask are not about the nature of the research and the results it is expected to produce, but about whether prevailing value systems can turn truthful knowledge about cognitive differences  ...  Therefore, concern about harms done by lowering people's self-esteem may be misplaced [26] . (2) Self-fulfilling prophecy.  ... 
doi:10.3390/psych1010021 fatcat:m2j6ga3dlra6jamrdg3qjlvu6e

Chapter Fourteen. What is Self-theory, and Does Judaism Need One? [chapter]

2021 New Perspectives in Theology of Judaism  
If a person is to be able to rule himself and be held accountable for his actions, an ability which is certainly assumed by Judaism, he must understand the forces at work within himself, the constituent  ...  In the Jewish view, the experience of prophecy is not something that can be obtained naturally or induced by the individual upon reaching some specific level of intellectual or moral achievement.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9781644696736-016 fatcat:ohiwpsuyozdx3bmkekhnfq4sym

Jan Kok, ed., Rebel Families: Household Strategies and Collective Action in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. New York: Berghahn Books, 2002. viii + 248 pp. $69.95 cloth; $25.00 paper

Michael Hanagan
2004 International Labor and Working-Class History  
The brokers depict their own actions as motivated not by self interest but by a passion to help the needy, and they strive both rhetorically and in practice to erase the social distance between them and  ...  prophecy, albeit one laden with unintended irony.  ...  Self University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0147547904210134 fatcat:irf2s7azgrftzgt7k5lymi5jza

Constructing Legal Rules on Appellate Courts

JEFFREY R. LAX
2007 American Political Science Review  
A ppellate courts make policy, not only by hearing cases themselves, but by establishing legal rules for the disposition of future cases.  ...  of legal rules.  ...  That proper rules induce a proper collegial rule is important, but this result is not the last word.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0003055407070347 fatcat:uusrxbljaff7hkyktqqghjbzuy
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