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SELF-EFFICACY: THE EXERCISE OF CONTROL

Albert Bandura

An outline composed by Gio Valiante
Emory University

CHAPTER 11 - COLLECTIVE EFFICACY

"Perceived collective efficacy is defined s a group's shared belief in its conjoint capabilities to organize and execute the courses of action required to produce given levels of attainments" (477).

GAUGING COLLECTIVE EFFICACY (478)

Political Efficacy (483)

Structure of Political Efficacy Beliefs (485)

Participatory Dilemmas in Collective Action (488)

Joint Impact of Efficacy and System Trust on Political Activism (490)

Development of Political and System Trust (491)

Electronic Campaigning and the Political Process (492)

Collective Efficacy and Militant Social Action (497)

Building Community-Wide Efficacy for Social Change (500)

ENABLEMENT BY MEDIA MODES OF INFLUENCE (504)

Media Use for Policy Initiatives (505)

ENABLEMENT FOR SOCIOCULTURAL CHANGE (511)

Obstacles to Social Change (511)

Properties of Efficacious Model of Diffusion (513)

Social Impact of Innovations (516)

Communications Innovations and Social Diffusion of Ideas and Social Practices (517)

UNDERMINERS OF COLLECTIVE EFFICACY (520)

Factional Efficacy and Gridlocking of Social Initiatives (524)

Bidirectionality of Social Influence (524)


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