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Les implications théoriques d'un choix d'items : de la norme d'internalité à la norme d'allégeance

Abstract : A survey of studies devoted to the interna­lily nonn may welllead to thinking that there are two sorts ofintemality: the loyalistone ( refering to the courage, to the readiness for effort...) and the rebel one (reflecting the hypocrisy, the inclination to cheat...). Bence we may hypothesite thar on Cy the former are -by reason of their allegiance -the abjects of social valorization. To support this thesis, the standard model of self-preser: tatîon was used, bm with a questionnaire thar opposes externat responses to irllunal rebel res­ponses .ln keeping with the hypothesis, obser­vation of a studenr sample group has shawn that the subjects, when given supernonnative instructions, tum out more extemal than internai, whereas the reverse is true when they are given counternonnative instructions. Tt luis also been observed thal,given neutral ins­tructions, socially maladjusted individua[s, having badly inugrated the social norms (minor delinquents) are more internai than others (be they students, clerlcs,factory wor­ rs or executives).
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Bernard Gangloff. Les implications théoriques d'un choix d'items : de la norme d'internalité à la norme d'allégeance. Pratiques Psychologiques, Elsevier Masson, 1997, pp.99-106. ⟨hal-01693280⟩



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