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Conservatives Are More Reluctant to Give and Receive Apologies Than Liberals

This article examines the proposition that conservatives will be less willing than liberals to apologize and less likely to forgive after receiving an apology. In Study 1, we found evidence for both relationships in a nine-nation survey. In Study 2, participants wrote an open-ended response to a vic... Full description

Journal Title: Social Psychological and Personality Science September 2017, Vol.8(7), pp.827-835
Main Author: Hornsey, Matthew J
Other Authors: Schumann, Karina , Bain, Paul G , Blumen, Sheyla , Chen, Sylvia X , Gómez, Ángel , González, Roberto , Guan, Yanjun , Kashima, Emiko , Lebedeva, Nadezhda , Wohl, Michael J. A
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  • Schumann, Karina
  • Bain, Paul G
  • Blumen, Sheyla
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  • Gómez, Ángel
  • González, Roberto
  • Guan, Yanjun
  • Kashima, Emiko
  • Lebedeva, Nadezhda
  • Wohl, Michael J. A
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  • Apology
  • Political Ideology
  • Conservatism
  • Reconciliation
  • Social Dominance Orientation
  • Psychology
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description: This article examines the proposition that conservatives will be less willing than liberals to apologize and less likely to forgive after receiving an apology. In Study 1, we found evidence for both relationships in a nine-nation survey. In Study 2, participants wrote an open-ended response to a victim of a hypothetical transgression they had committed. More conservative participants were less likely to include apologetic elements in their response. We also tested two underlying mechanisms for the associations: social dominance orientation (SDO) and entity beliefs about human nature. SDO emerged as a stronger and more consistent mediator than entity beliefs. Apologies are theorized to be a rhetorical vehicle for removing power inequities in relationships posttransgression. Consistent with this theorizing, it was those who are relatively high in commitment to equality (i.e., those high in liberal ideology and low in SDO) who are most likely to provide and reward apologies.
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This article examines the proposition that conservatives will be less willing than liberals to apologize and less likely to forgive after receiving an apology. In Study 1, we found evidence for both relationships in a nine-nation survey. In Study 2, participants wrote an open-ended response to a victim of a hypothetical transgression they had committed. More conservative participants were less likely to include apologetic elements in their response. We also tested two underlying mechanisms for the associations: social dominance orientation (SDO) and entity beliefs about human nature. SDO emerged as a stronger and more consistent mediator than entity beliefs. Apologies are theorized to be a rhetorical vehicle for removing power inequities in relationships posttransgression. Consistent with this theorizing, it was those who are relatively high in commitment to equality (i.e., those high in liberal ideology and low in SDO) who are most likely to provide and reward apologies.

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