To which world regions does the valence-dominance model of social perception apply?

Benedict Jones, Lisa Marie DeBruine, Jessica Kay Flake, Marco Tullio Liuzza, Jan Antfolk, Nwadiogo Chisom Arinze, Izuchukwu Lawrence Gabriel Ndukaihe, Nicholas Bloxsom, Savannah Lewis, Francesco Foroni, Megan Willis, Carmelo Cubillas, Miguel Vadillo, michael gilead, Almog Simchon, Selahattin Adil Saribay, Nicholas Calbraith Owsley, Dustin Calvillo, Anna Włodarczyk, Yue QiKris Ariyabuddhiphongs, Somboon Jarukasemthawee, Harry Manley, Panita Suavansri, Nattasuda Taephant, Ryan Mayer Stolier, Thomas Rhys Evans, Judson Bonick, Jan Willem Lindemans, Logan Fox Ashworth, Coralie Chevallier, Aycan Kapucu, Aslan Karaaslan, Juan David Leongómez, Oscar Sánchez, Eugenio Valderrama Escallón, Milena Vásquez-Amézquita, Balazs Aczel, Nandor Hajdu, Peter Szecsi, Michael Andreychik, Erica Musser, Carlota Batres, Chuan-Peng Hu, Qing-Lan Liu, Nicole Legate, Leigh Ann Vaughn, Krystian Barzykowski, Karolina Golik, Irina Schmid, Stefan Stieger, Richard Artner, Chiel Kris Karel Mues, wolf vanpaemel, Zhongqing Jiang, Qi Wu, Gabriela Marcu, Ian Stephen, Jackson Lu, Michael Carl Philipp, Jack Dennis Arnal, Eric Hehman, Sally Xie, William Chopik, Martin Seehuus, Soufian Azouaghe, Abdelkarim Belhaj, Jamal Elouafa, John Paul Wilson, Elliott Tyler Kruse, Marietta Papadatou-Pastou, Alan Barba-Sanchez, ANABEL DE LA ROSA GOMEZ, Isaac González-Santoyo, Tsuyueh Hsu, Chun-Chia Kung, Wang Hsiao-Hsin, Jonathan Freeman, DongWon Oh, Vidar Schei, Therese Sverdrup, Carmel Levitan, Corey Cook, Priyanka Chandel, Pratibha Kujur, Arti Parganiha, Noorshama Parveen, Atanu Kumar Pati, Sraddha Pradhan, Margaret Messiah Singh, Babita Pande, Jozef Bavolar, Pavol Kačmár, Ilya Zakharov, Sara Álvarez Solas, Ernest Baskin, Martin Thirkettle, Kathleen Schmidt, Cody Christopherson, Jordan Suchow, Jonas Olofsson, Ai-Suan Lee, Jennifer Beaudry, Taylor Diarmuid Gogan, Julian Oldmeadow, Barnaby Dixson, Laura Stevens, Gianni Ribeiro, Mark John Brandt, Karlijn Hoyer, Bastian Jaeger, Dongning Ren, Willem Sleegers, Joeri Wissink, Gwenael Kaminski, Victoria Floerke, Heather Urry, Sau-Chin Chen, Gerit Pfuhl, Zahir Vally, Dana Basnight-Brown, Hans IJzerman, Elisa Sarda, Touhami Badidi, Nicolas Van der Linden, Chrystalle Tan, Vanja Kovic, Melissa Fay Colloff, Heather Flowe, DI Burin, Gwendolyn Gardiner, John Protzko, Christoph Schild, Karolina Scigala, Ingo Zettler, Erin Marie O'Mara Kunz, Daniel Storage, Fieke Maria Antoinet Wagemans, Blair Saunders, Miroslav Sirota, Guyan Sloane, Tiago Jessé Souza Lima, Kim Uittenhove, Evie Vergauwe, Katarzyna Jaworska, Lilian Carvalho, Karl Ask, Casper Van Zyl, Anita Körner, Sophia Christin Weissgerber, Jordane Boudesseul, Fernando Ruiz-Dodobara, Kay Ritchie, Nicholas Michael Michalak, Khandis Blake, David White, Alasdair Gordon-Finlayson, Michele Anne, Steve Janssen, Kean Mun Lee, Tonje Kvande Nielsen, Christian Tamnes, Janis Zickfeld, Anna Dalla Rosa, Ferenc Kocsor, Luca Kozma, Adam Putz, Patrizio Tressoldi, Michelangelo Vianello, Natalia Irrazabal, Armand Chatard, Samuel Lins, Isabel Pinto, Johannes Lutz, Matus Adamkovic, Peter Babinčák, Gabriel Baník, Ivan Ropovik, Vinet Coetzee, Kim Olivia Peters

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Abstract

Studies of institutional work have begun to explore a wide range of its facets, including its motivations, strategies, and the heterogeneity of institutional actors. A key issue has, however, been overlooked – the locations in which institutional work occurs. Although accounts of institutional work almost always explicitly locate it geographically (though often in a disguised manner), the role of places in institutional work has not been systematically examined. We address this issue by focusing on the domain of housing for the hard-to-house and exploring the role that places played in two instances of institutional work: the establishment of Canada's first residential and day-care facility for people living with HIV/AIDS, and the creation of a municipal program to provide temporary overnight accommodation in local churches. In examining these cases, we find that places played three key roles: places mediated, places contained, and places complicated the forms of institutional work observed. These findings highlight three different ontologies of place: places as instances of abstract categories, as social spaces, and as embedded objects.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages79
JournalNature Human Behaviour
DOIs
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2020

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