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Collective angst and collective action for progressive city policies: study3

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Paweł Adamowicz, the liberal mayor of Gdańsk, died on January 14, 2019, after being stabbed by a man who rushed onstage during a charity event. Three studies were carried out to analyze the predictors of willingness to engage in collective action for the support of the progressive city policies he initiated. We conducted Study 3 to test the model with in-group continuity as a predictor of city identification. Residents of Gdańsk (N = 99, 67 women) were recruited through social media discussion groups and Facebook groups related to Gdańsk and its history. We tested the indirect effect of collective angst on collective action tendency through city identification as the first mediator, essentialist in-group continuity as the second mediator, and narrativist in-group continuity as a covariate. Collective angst was related to identification with Gdańsk. Participants who reported stronger identification with Gdańsk perceived more essentialist in-group continuity. Finally, essentialist ingroup continuity was positively related to collective action tendency.

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Details

Year of publication:
2020
Creation date:
2019
Dataset language:
English
Fields of science:
  • Psychology (Social studies)
License:
CC BY-SA
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DOI:
10.34808/sc38-x673 open in new tab
Software:
SPSS
Verified by:
Gdańsk University of Technology

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