There is a process by which people come to understand that their belief systems are acceptable to themselves and the society in which they live. This process is generally referred to as legitimation. This paper explores ways in which White Supremacists come to justify their anti-social beliefs. Read the paper here: legitimation_patterns
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I was pondering the reasons why these Nazi guys hate so much, and I arrived at a probable hypothesis. It seems they are all drawn from the lower socioeconomic strata, are too skinny or too pudgy, seem very uncomfortable in their skin, or are otherwise saddled with some sort of social disappointment. I’m guessing all […]
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