Perceptions of economic inequality in Colombian daily life: More than unequal distribution of economic resources

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Description: Supplementary Material: García-Sánchez et al. (2018) Perceptions of economic inequality in Colombian daily life: More than unequal distribution of economic resources

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Research on perception of economic inequality focuses on estimations of the distribution of financial resources. However, we argue that perceiving inequality is not limited to an economic idea but also includes other dimensions related to people’s daily life. We explored this idea by conducting an online survey (N=601) in Colombia, where participants were asked to report how they perceived economi...

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  • Co-ocurrence Analysis

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    Matrix of co-ocurrence (nodes and edges) to conduct network analysis about perceptions of economic inequality in Colombia

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    Supplementary material referenced in the manuscript

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    Data corpus coming from responses to the question "“How do you perceive economic inequality in Colombia? Please write down up to 3 examples (i.e. situ...

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