Researchers have long studied the motives that inspire people to join in collective action. Three factors have received particular attention: anger caused by apparent social injustice; belief in the efficacy of collective action; and politicised identity. New studies have recently prompted a team of scholars, including a HSE researcher, to incorporate two additional factors into the existing model: ideology and moral obligation.
Monday, April 12
Dirk Meissner to speak on 'Managing Innovation in Turbulent Times'
Presentation 'Music and The Making of the Cosmonaut Everyman'