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  • Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/sop.2009.52.1.59
  • Keyterms: 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
  • Times cited by articles in JSTOR: 17

Top Words
Word Count
the344
of300
to210
that174
and172
in169
a127
are118
is111
pluralistic88
their78
ignorance78
nurses77
they69
about65
Top Bigrams
Bigram Count
pluralistic ignorance72
of the42
in the36
of pluralistic28
are uncomfortable18
the majority18
talking about17
of their16
in which15
they are15
ignorance is15
to be14
in a14
uncomfortable talking14
on the14
Top Trigrams
Trigram Count
of pluralistic ignorance24
uncomfortable talking about14
pluralistic ignorance is13
that pluralistic ignorance10
nurses in the10
pediatric intensive care10
talking about spirituality10
on pluralistic ignorance9
are uncomfortable talking8
about spiritual talk8
to pluralistic ignorance8
intensive care unit8
the majority opinion8
that most of7
ignorance among assembled7
Top Quadgrams
Quadgram Count
pediatric intensive care unit8
uncomfortable talking about spirituality8
are uncomfortable talking about8
that pluralistic ignorance is8
pluralistic ignorance among assembled7
the pediatric intensive care7
to make friends with6
that most of their6
factors besides physical proximity6
chances to make friends5
ignorance among assembled peers5
discussed often at official5
permits chances to make5
job permits chances to5
am uncomfortable talking about5
Top Keyterms
Keyterm Weight
pluralistic2.0
nurse1.998
spirituality1.994
ignorance1.993
qca1.979
misperceive1.977
uncomfortable1.977
coworkers1.976
majority1.976
opinion1.976
misperceptions1.976
unit1.975
percent1.975
pathway1.975
eliasoph1.975

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