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    • Dangerous Jokes and the Power of Tolerance 

      Kuscu, Bengisu (2011-04-27)
      A fieldwork study of Duke University aims to show how identity functions in an environment whose ideal is perfect tolerance and the experience of students who want to practice their religion as a college student, touching ...
    • Race, Power and Economic Extraction in Benton Harbor, MI 

      Seamster, Louise Seamster (2016)
      My dissertation investigates twin financial interventions—urban development and emergency management—in a single small town. Once a thriving city drawing blacks as blue-collar workers during the Great Migration, Benton Harbor, ...
    • The psychology of legitimacy: Implications for organizational leadership and change 

      Tost, Leigh Plunkett (2010)
      Three distinct chapters explore the individual-level dynamics of legitimacy judgments and support for leaders and their initiatives. Chapter 1 develops a theoretical framework for understanding the content of legitimacy ...