Willingness to participate in industrial protest: Exploring social identification in context
This study examines the impact of group identification and social context on willingness to participate in industrial protest. Trade union members (N = 313) completed a survey indicating their willingness to participate in union activities, their perceptions of the union and its role, and their attitudes toward present and former governments. Three independent conditions defined the union and its activities in different ways: either (a) referring to conflict with the present government, (b)...[Show more]
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|Source:||British Journal of Social Psychology|
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