- Pluralistic Ignorance Among Assembled Peers
- Don Grant, Kathleen O'Neil, Laura Stephens
- Sociological Perspectives, Vol. 52, No. 1 (Spring 2009), pp. 59-79
- Subjects: Sociology, Health Policy, Social Work, Management & Organizational Behavior
- Key terms: pluralistic, nurse, spirituality, ignorance, qca, misperceive, uncomfortable, coworkers, majority, opinion, misperceptions, unit, percent, pathway, eliasoph, peer, meeting, configuration, individual, factor, sociologist, talking, hospital, discussing, condition
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