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This article compares the meaning of neighborhood crime watch for White and African American participants. Both Whites and African Americans from crime watch groups to improve security and enhance neighborhood solidarity. They seek to accomplish these goals by becoming the “eyes and ears of the...
Forty-one first-year medical school students were interviewed regarding their expectations of and experience in a physiology laboratory where live, anesthetized dogs were injected with drugs and surgically manipulated before being killed. Before going into lab, there was widespread uneasiness...
A vast and growing literature in game theory shows that a wide variety of human conflicts and competitions can be modeled as games. Most of this work is done through deductive logic, mathematical modeling, and computer simulation. It relies on the assumption that humans are self-interested...
Based on in-depth interview questions with security guards and their wives in the U.S. Air Force, this article looks at attitudes toward women's integration into a male career field prior to the occurrence. For men, the impending integration of women into this work setting poses two challenges:...
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