Oberschall interprets the “rational choice/ social psychological perspective” as an “interplay of feelings, resentment, manipulation and distrust” resulting from “…perceived threats to”:1.) “culture and the self,” 2.) the structure of individual and cultural “identities” and 3.) group cohesiveness. This rational choice/social psychological perspective becomes urgent as a culture or an individual within a culture assess the “meaningful” importance of this culture and the necessity to preserve this culture.
Viewing the culture that developed the “irrational” processes, each individual as the product of differing cultures contributed to the constructed conflicting cultural society that encouraged counterproductive processes of decision making and policy development. The social initiative’s participant’s extreme desire to preserve or facilitate culturally designated perspectives or culturally designated ideologies may prove to be the cause for the initiative’s urgent or “irrational” processes of decision making and policy development.
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