Pluralistic Ignorance. February 9, 2006. Class Overview. Continue discussion of norms to address 2 key questions. 1. Do norms influence behavior? If so, how? 2. How do people perceive norms and are their perceptions accurate? Present results from the in-class survey.
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February 9, 2006
1. Do norms influence behavior? If so, how?
2. How do people perceive norms and are their perceptions accurate?
PEOPLE DO NOT LITTER HERE
PEOPLE USUALLY LITTER HERE
Question: Do people see themselves as being more conservative than the average ILR student?
#1: “Too much power is concentrated in the hands of a few
#13: “This country should do whatever it takes to protect the
#14: “We should pay less attention to problems overseas
and concentrate on problems here at home.”
#15: “I consistently vote for Democrats in most elections.”