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Intergroup Relations Four-Volume Set

by Richard J Crisp SAGE Publications Ltd
Pub Date:
04/2014
ISBN:
9781446274033
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Hbk 1400 pages
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One of the most globally recognised sub-disciplines of social psychology is the field of intergroup relations, which has a strong relationship with both sociology and political science given its preponderance with themes such as prejudice, discrimination, multiculturalism and the relationship between social groups. This new four-volume major work presents a comprehensive and authoritative collection of both classic and contemporary readings in intergroup relations. Each volume is opened by an introductory chapter which provides the reader with an overview of the primary topics covered therein, and the rationale behind the editor and rsquo;s selection. Whilst the volumes are organized around the broad research themes of intergroup relations, the papers are carefully structured so that together they tell the story of how intergroup relations research has evolved within social psychology. Volume One: Cognitive ProcessesVolume Two: Motivation and IdeologyVolume Three: Emotion, Neuroscience and EvolutionVolume Four: Improving Intergroup Relations

Volume 1 – Cognitive Processes
Implicit Intergroup Bias
Attitudes established by classical conditioning - Arthur Staats & Carolyn Staats
Us and them: social categorization and the process of intergroup bias - Charles Perdue, John Dovidio, Michael Gurtman & Richard Tyler
Measuring individual differences in implicit cognition: The implicit association test - Anthony Greenwald, Debbie McGhee & Jordan Schwartz
Discrimination and the implicit association test - Laurie Rudman & Richard Ashmore
Language use in intergroup contexts: The linguistic intergroup bias - Anne Maass et al.
Stereotyping and Intergroup Relations
Perceived variability of personal characteristics in ingroups and outgroups: The role of knowledge and evaluation - Edward Jones, George Wood & George Quattrone
Perceptions of out-group homogeneity and levels of social categorization: Memory for the subordinate attributes of in-group and out-group members - Bernadette Park & Myron Rothbart
Perceived intragroup homogeneity in minority–majority contexts - Bernd Simon & Rupert Brown
Mere categorization
Social categorization and intergroup behaviour - Henri Tajfel et al.
Categorical and contextual bases of person memory and stereotyping - Shelley Taylor et al.
Ingroup bias and the minimal group paradigm: A cognitive-motivational analysis - Marilynn Brewer
Depersonalization and Projection
Self and collective: Cognition and social context - John Turner et al.
Social projection to ingroups and outgroups: A review and meta-analysis - Jordan Robbins & Joachim Krueger
The ingroup as pars pro toto: Projection from the ingroup onto the inclusive category as a precursor to social discrimination - Michael Wenzel, Amelie Mummendey, Ulrike Weber & Sven Waldzus
Multiple Categorization
Differential evaluation of crossed category groups: Patterns, processes, and reducing intergroup bias - Richard Crisp & Miles Hewstone
Volume 2 – Motivations and Ideology
Self-esteem
Social identity theory's self-esteem hypothesis: A review and some suggestions for clarification - Mark Rubin & Miles Hewstone
Distinctiveness
The social self: On being the same and different at the same time - Marilynn Brewer
Self-stereotyping in the face of threats to group status and distinctiveness: The role of group identification - Russell Spears, Bertjan Doosje & Naomi Ellemers
Reducing intergroup bias: The moderating role of ingroup identification - Richard Crisp & Sarah Beck
Subjective Group Dynamics
Anti-norm and pro-norm deviance in the bank and on the campus: Two experiments on subjective group dynamics - Dominic Abrams et al.
Uncertainty
Subjective uncertainty and intergroup discrimination in the minimal group situation - Paul Grieve & Michael Hogg
Existential Threat
Evidence for terror management theory II: The effects of mortality salience on reactions to those who threaten or bolster the cultural worldview - Jeff Greenberg et al.
I belong therefore I exist: Ingroup identification, ingroup entitativity, and ingroup bias - Emanuele Castano et al.
Ideology
Social dominance orientation and intergroup bias: The legitimation of favoritism for high-status groups - Shana Levin et al.
Antecedents and consequences of system-justifying ideologies. - John Jost & Orsoly Hunyady
Inequality, Discrimination, and the Power of the Status Quo: Direct Evidence for a Motivation to See the Way Things Are as the Way They Should Be - Aaron Kay et al.
Multiculturalism
Framing interethnic ideology: Effects of multicultural and colorblind perspectives on judgments of groups and individuals - Christopher Wolsko, Bernadette Park, Charles Judd & Bernd Wittenbrink
Multicultural and colorblind ideology, stereotypes, and ethno-centrism among Black and White Americans - Carey Ryan et al.
Multiple Identities
Social identity complexity and outgroup tolerance. - Marilynn Brewer & Kathleen Pierce
Volume 3 – Emotion, Biology and Evolution
Intergroup Emotions
Antecedents and consequences of satisfaction and guilt following ingroup aggression - Angela Maitner, Diane Mackie & Eliot Smith
Seeing red or feeling blue: Differentiated intergroup emotions and ingroup identification in soccer fans - Richard Crisp et al.
Infrahumanization
Differential association of uniquely and non uniquely human emotions with the ingroup and the outgroup - Maria-Paola Paladino et al.
Aid in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina: Inferences of secondary emotions and intergroup helping - Amy Cuddy, Mindi Rock and Michael
The Impact of Intergroup Emotions on Forgiveness in Northern Ireland - Tania Tam et al.
Neuroscience
Performance on indirect measures of race evaluation predicts amygdala activity - Elizabeth Phelps et al.
Dehumanizing the lowest of the low: Neuroimaging responses to extreme out-groups - Lasana Harris & Susan Fiske
Evolution
Can race be erased? Coalitional computation and social categorization - Robert Kurzban, John Tooby & Leda Cosmides
Gender differences in competition and cooperation: The male warrior hypothesis - Mark Van Vugt, David De Cremer, & Dirk Janssen
Fear extinction to an out-group face: The role of target gender - Carlos David Navarrete et al.
Evolved disease-avoidance mechanisms and contemporary xenophobic attitudes - Jason Faulkner et al.
Interpersonal disgust, ideological orientations, and dehumanization as predictors of intergroup attitudes - Gordon Hodson & Kimberly Costello
Anxiety and Intergroup Bias: Terror Management or Coalitional Psychology? - C. David Navarrete et al.
Volume 4 – Improving Intergroup Relations
Contact
Generalized intergroup contact effects on prejudice - Thomas Pettigrew
Dimensions of Contact as Predictors of Intergroup Anxiety, Perceived Out-Group Variability, and Out-Group Attitude: An Integrative Model - Mir Rabiul Islam & Miles Hewstone
Do ideologically intolerant people benefit from intergroup contact? - Gordon Hodson
The contact caveat: Negative contact predicts increased prejudice more than positive contact predicts reduced prejudice - Fiona Kate Barlow et al.
The effects of ingroup and outgroup friendships on ethnic attitudes in college: A longitudinal study - Shana Levin, Colette van Laar & Jim Sidanius
Extended Contact
Effects of direct and indirect cross-group friendships on judgments of catholics and protestants in Northern Ireland: The mediating role of an anxiety-reduction mechanism - Stefania Paolini et al.
Recategorization
Reducing intergroup bias: The benefits of recategorization - Samuel Gaertner et al.
Changing interracial evaluations and behavior: The benefits of a common ingroup identity - Jason Nier et al.
"Gringos?? in Mexico: Cross-sectional and longitudinal effects of language school-promoted contact on intergroup bias - Anja Eller & Dominic Abrams
Subgroup relations: A comparison of mutual intergroup differentiation and common ingroup identity models of prejudice reduction - Matthew Hornsey & Michael Hogg
Recategorization and subgroup identification: Predicting and preventing threats from common ingroups - Richard Crisp, Catriona Stone & Natalie Hall
Superordinate identification, subgroup identification, and justice concerns: Is separatism the problem? Is assimilation the answer? - Yuen Huo et al.
Cognitive Interventions
The effects of perspective-taking on prejudice: The moderating role of self-evaluation - Adam Galinsky & Gillian Ku
Imagining intergroup contact can improve intergroup attitudes - Rhiannon Turner, Richard Crisp & Emily Lambert
Improving explicit and implicit intergroup attitudes using imagined contact: An experimental intervention with elementary school children - Loris Vezzali et al.
Secondary transfer effects from imagined contact: Group similarity affects the generalization gradient - Jake Harwood et al.

In this compendium of major works on Intergroup Relations, Richard J. Crisp, a leading social psychologist, expertly introduces classic and current papers that have theoretically and empirically contributed to the study of intergroup relations - focusing on cognitive processes, motivations, ideology, emotion, biology, evolution and the improvement of intergroup relations. This four-volume set will help readers enjoy the wonderful landscape of this area of social psychology.

Richard Crisp is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Sheffield. He read Experimental Psychology at the University of Oxford and carried out his doctoral research at Cardiff University. In 1999 he took up his first lecturing position at the University of Birmingham, then in 2007 took up his first Chair in the Centre for the Study of Group Processes at the University of Kent. After a three-year term as Head of School, in 2012 he moved to the University of Sheffield. His research has covered the full range of topics that comprise social psychology: from studies on the formation and reduction of prejudice, to the self and identity processes involved in interpersonal relations, from studies of mere exposure and attitude formation, through to studies of social categorization. He has published this work in over 130 articles, chapters and books, including outlets such as American Psychologist, Psychological Science, Psychological Bulletin and Science. This work has been recognised with awards from scholarly societies including the British Psychological Society Social Psychology Mid-Career Prize and Spearman Medal. Together with Rhiannon Turner he received the 2011 Gordon Allport Intergroup Relations Prize from the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (for the best paper of the year on intergroup relations). He is Editor-In-Chief of the Journal of Applied Social Psychology, former Deputy Chair of the British Psychological Societyas Research Board and an Academician of the Academy of Social Sciences, Fellow of the Association for Psychological Science, and Fellow of the British Psychological Society.