Livingstone Antony SR Manstead Cardiff University UK HIGHLIGHTS Greater admiration is felt for a group with legitimate status Greater admiration is felt for warm and competent groups Admiration for powerful groups is associated with hierarchymaintai
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Admiration regulates social hierarchy Antecedents dispositions and effects on in
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Livingstone Antony SR Manstead Cardiff University UK HIGHLIGHTS Greater admiration is felt for a group with legitimate status Greater admiration is felt for warm and competent groups Admiration for powerful groups is associated with hierarchymaintai ID: 1890 Download Pdf
Social Hierarchy Pyramid. The Emperor. Nobles were in the next highest position underneath the emperor. . They made up about 10-15% of the population. . They held most of the political power and wealth even though the emperor made the final choice. .
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These dispositions are based on the E ducation nits conceptual framework and encompass everal behavioral indicators within the three program outcomes As candidates move through their programs it is expected they demonstrate a commitment to fairness
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Church Hierarchy. Section 3. The church had . broad political powers. Europe’s central government was weak, if exist at all. Church filled the need for leadership. One of the only institutions whose presence was felt all throughout Europe.
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