Collective voice and support for social protest among Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians: Considering the role of procedural fairness in an intergroup conflict of interest
Although traditional procedural fairness research examines interpersonal conflicts within groups, there is a dearth of such research examining intergroup conflicts of interest. The current experiment sought to rectify this discrepancy by measuring Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians' responses to a hypothetical scenario regarding discussions over Native Title rights. Each group's collective representation ("voice"), and the group membership of an arbitrating authority were independently...[Show more]
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