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To the contrary, he finds that authoritarians "gravitate to both parties' extremes.
By criticising the performance of real-world authoritarian regimes, we can certainly raise some concerns about the viability of the eco-authoritarians' vision: if attempts to implement this vision have been widely unsuccessful, then this may suggest that the vision itself is impotent as an ideal, much in the same way that the ideal of enlightened central planning was a bad ideal in early eco-authoritarian literature.
Ever since the publication of one of the most famous social science volumes in the 20th century, The Authoritarian Personality (TAP) (Adorno, Frenkel-Brunswik, Levinson, & Sanford, 1950), it appears that research on antisemitism and authoritarianism has run on totally separate tracks.
By this theory, authoritarians view the world as a "jungle" (p.
In Chapter 7, Law counters the idea of authoritarians that the last 50 years have been morally bad, by noting the advances in race relations, the status of women, and an increased concern for the environment.
We can discern four recognizable leadership styles and their resulting effects on followers: coercive authoritarian, benevolent authoritarian, consultative, and collaborative.
Its "ideology" regarding minorities and group relations can be ferreted out with some difficulty, through what was said in criticism of authoritarians and rigid low scorers.
This is one of the few mentions of the way many famous Modern architects were prepared to lick the boots of dictators and authoritarian regimes in the inter-war periods (and in the occupied countries during the Second World War).
In Authoritarians and Democrats: Regime Transition in Latin America, ed.
Because the submission occurs to traditional authority, I call these followers right-wing authoritarians.
So it is not at all surprising that when the authoritarian regimes of the inter-war period became concerned to impose their will on the arts (as they were on all aspects of life) most artists were delighted.
Despite these immense investments, however, observers -including Nye himself - have scratched their heads, wondering why these authoritarian regimes continue to suffer a deep soft-power deficit, even as they have grown more assertive internationally.