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The perception of economic inequality in everyday life: My friends with the most and the least money
The study of perceived economic differences in everyday life is relevant to deepen the knowledge of how inequality shapes psychological processes. In the current research, Spanish undergraduates (N=547) were asked what ...
Perceptions of economic inequality in Colombian daily life: More than unequal distribution of economic resources
Research on perceptions of economic inequality focuses on estimations of the distribution of financial resources, such as perceived income gaps or wealth distribution. However, we argue that perceiving inequality is not ...
Perceiving economic inequality in everyday life decreases tolerance to inequality
Economic inequality is one of the main issues of modern societies, and one of the ways to reduce it is through decreasing inequality tolerance and increasing support for economic redistribution. However, there are no ...
I know people who can and who cannot: A measure of the perception of economic inequality in everyday life
This paper describes the development of the Perceived Economic Inequality in Everyday Life (PEIEL) scale. It is written and validated in Spanish. We first carried out an exploratory study, using a sample of 205 participants ...
Changing attitudes toward redistribution: The role of perceived economic inequality in everyday life and intolerance of inequality
Modern societies are characterized by economic inequality. Redistributive policies are one of the means to reduce it. We argue that perceived economic inequality in everyday life and intolerance of it are central factors ...
Percepción de desigualdad económica en la vida cotidiana e ideología política: un estudio con jóvenes de España
En este estudio analizamos la percepción de la desigualdad económica en España en la vida cotidiana de acuerdo con la ideología política. Mediante técnicas de análisis de contenido, procesamos 705 respuestas abiertas de ...