Neoliberal Ideology and the Justification of Inequality in Capitalist Societies: Why Social and Economic Dimensions of Ideology Are Intertwined

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Description: Supplemental Materials and Appendices for "Neoliberal Ideology and the Justification of Inequality in Capitalist Societies: Why Social and Economic Dimensions of Ideology Are Intertwined".

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In this article we analyze data from high-quality surveys conducted in the U.S. and U.K. that included multiple symbolic and operational measures of political ideology and psychological orientations to revisit three major questions about public opinion in neoliberal societies: (1) Are ordinary citizens “innocent” of ideology? (2) Are social and economic dimensions of ideology structurally and func...

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