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Marshall Ganz
At a moment when our democratic abilities seem to have eroded, and political, economic, and technological forces have weakened the capacity for collective action, People, Power,…
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Arthur Brooks
Vol. 35, Issue 2, Pages 23-39
The world is witnessing a loss of faith in both capitalism and democracy, which seemed nearly unimaginable just a generation ago. Many blame “the other party.” Others blame…
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Hannah Riley Bowles
We present a conceptual framework of situational moderators of gender/sex effects in negotiation, risk-taking, and leadership—three masculine-stereotypic domains associated with…
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Archon Fung
Democracy is often described in two opposite ways, as either wonderfully resilient or dangerously fragile. Both characterizations can be correct, depending on the context. When…
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Archon Fung
Many demands for democratic inclusion rest on a simple yet powerful idea. It's a principle of affected interests. The principle states that all those affected by a collective…
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Julie Battilana
[T]here is an imperative to examine how alternative forms of organizing--ones that diverge from the dominant corporate model focused solely on profit maximization--can help…
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Hannah Riley Bowles
Vol. 3, Issue 2, Pages pgae025
This research addresses the long-standing debate about the determinants of sex/gender differences. Evolutionary theorists trace many sex/gender differences back to natural…
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What does it mean to collaborate across party lines, ideological differences, and cultures? How do we effectively bridge gaps in beliefs, communication, and policies? …
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For more than 25 years, Ai-jen Poo has worked to transform the field of domestic work. As president of the National Domestic Workers Alliance and executive director of Caring…
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Julia Minson
Vol. 152, Issue 12, Pages 3490-3525
Individuals often preferentially avoid information that contradicts and seek information that aligns with their prior beliefs—a tendency referred to as “selective exposure.”…