A surprising tendency among right-wing authoritarians

Right-wing authoritarianism is a psychological construct developed in the aftermath of World War II that is characterized by submission to authority and strong adherence to conventions, along with aggression directed at those seen as violating social norms. Because of their preference for social conformity, researcher Paulina Górska and her colleagues hypothesized that right-wing authoritarians should be particularly susceptible to perceived social norms… More here.

A decent read actually. Always fascinated by what makes us lean one way or another.

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