- Title Pages
Chapter 1The Politics of Social Comparison
Chapter 2Inequality in the Social Mind
Chapter 3Revealing the Social Mind
Chapter 4The Disadvantaged Other
Chapter 5The Advantaged Other
Chapter 6Social Comparison and Status Perceptions
Chapter 7Social Comparison and Support for Redistribution
Chapter 8Why Americans Don’t Look Up
Chapter 9Why Americans Would Rather Look Down
Chapter 10How Looking Up Keeps Us Down
Chapter 11The Power of Social Comparison
- The Economic Other
- University of Chicago Press
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