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The Theory of Defense of One's Own Position : Self-Esteem and Conscience-The Ideologies of Privileged Groups
Polish Sociological Review, 2017, nr 4, s. 433-439, tab.
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Badania społeczno-ekonomiczne, Teorie społeczne, Socjologia
Socio-economic research, Social theories, Sociology
Data obtained from a country in which large-scale Industries are owned by the government and political power is in the hands of the Communist party suggested the modification and generalization of the previously established hypothesis concerning the relationship between high socio-economic position and more favorable attitudes toward unlimited private property rights. The more general theory was thus presented. I have tried to show that this theory can account for some of the findings established in seemingly different branches of sociology and can foretell certain patterns of description, explanation, evaluation, and prediction that seem to be characteristic of the way of thinking of many privileged groups. Some of these patterns were briefly presented. (fragment of text)
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  12. J. Dollard, Castle and Class in a Southern Town. New York: Doubleday, 1957, pp. 368-373
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