Subjective status and perceived legitimacy across countries

Mark J. Brandt , Toon Kuppens , Russell Spears , Luca Andrighetto , Frederique Autin , Peter Babincak , Constantina Badea , Jaechang Bae , Anatolia Batruch , Julia C. Becker , Konrad Bocian , Bojana Bodroža , David Bourguignon , Marcin Bukowski , Fabrizio Butera , Sarah E. Butler , Xenia Chryssochoou , Paul Conway , Jarret T. Crawford , Jean-Claude Croizet , Soledad de Lemus , Juliane Degner , Piotr Dragon , Federica Durante , Matthew J. Easterbrook , Iniobong Essien , Joseph P. Forgas , Roberto González , Sylvie Graf , Peter Halama , Gyuseog Han , Ryan Y Hong , Petr Houdek , Eric R. Igou , Yoel Inbar , Jolanda Jetten , William Jiménez-Leal , Gloria Jiménez-Moya , Jaya Kumar Karunagharan , Anna Kende , Maria Korzh , Simon M. Laham , Joris Lammers , Li Lim , Antony S. R. Manstead , Janko Mededovic , Zachary J. Melton , Matt Motyl , Spyridoula Ntani , Chuma Kevin Owuamalam , Müjde Peker , Michael J. Platow , J. P. Prims , Christine Reyna , Mark Rubin , Rim Saab , Sindhuja Sankaran , Lee Shepherd , Chris G. Sibley , Agata Sobków , Bram Spruyt , Pernille Stroebaek , Nebi Sümer , Joseph Sweetman , Catia P. Teixeira , Claudia Toma , Adrienn Ujhelyi , Jojanneke van der Toorn , Alain van Hiel , Alejandro Vásquez-Echeverría , Alexandra Vázquez , Michelangelo Vianello , Marek A. Vranka , Vicent Yzerbyt , Jennifer L. Zimmerman

Abstract

The relationships between subjective status and perceived legitimacy are important for understanding the extent to which people with low status are complicit in their oppression. We use novel data from 66 samples and 30 countries (N = 12,788) and find that people with higher status see the social system as more legitimate than those with lower status, but there is variation across people and countries. The association between subjective status and perceived legitimacy was never negative at any levels of eight moderator variables, although the positive association was sometimes reduced. Although not always consistent with hypotheses, group identification, selfesteem, and beliefs in social mobility were all associated with perceived legitimacy among people who have low subjective status. These findings enrich our understanding of the relationship between social status and legitimacy.
Author Mark J. Brandt
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, Toon Kuppens
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, Russell Spears
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, Luca Andrighetto
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, Frederique Autin
Frederique Autin,,
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, Peter Babincak
Peter Babincak,,
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, Constantina Badea
Constantina Badea,,
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, Jaechang Bae
Jaechang Bae,,
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, Anatolia Batruch
Anatolia Batruch,,
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, Julia C. Becker
Julia C. Becker,,
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Journal seriesEuropean Journal of Social Psychology, ISSN 0046-2772, e-ISSN 1099-0992, (N/A 100 pkt)
Issue year2020
Vol50
No5
Pages921-942
Publication size in sheets1.05
Keywords in Englishlegitimacy, social identity, status, system justification
ASJC Classification3207 Social Psychology
DOIDOI:10.1002/ejsp.2694
URL https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ejsp.2694
Languageen angielski
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Score (nominal)100
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Publication indicators Scopus SNIP (Source Normalised Impact per Paper): 2018 = 1.298; WoS Impact Factor: 2017 = 2.048 (2) - 2017=2.63 (5)
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