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Human groups and social categories : studies in social psychology

Human groups and social categories : studies in social psychology

Author: Henri Tajfel; Jerome Bruner
Publisher: Cambridge [etc.] : Cambridge University Press, 1981.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First publishedView all editions and formats

This volume reconciles some of Henri Tajfel's disparate studies on the social psychology of the relations and conflicts between social groups.


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henri Tajfel; Jerome Bruner
ISBN: 0521280737 9780521280730 0521228395 9780521228398
OCLC Number: 881202989
Notes: Índice.
Description: XIII, 369 p.
Contents: Acknowledgements; Foreword Jerome S. Bruner; 1. The development of a perspective; Part I. Social Psychology and Social Processes: Introduction; 2. Experiments in a vacuum; 3. Individuals and groups ion social psychology; Part II. From Perceptual Judgement to Social Stereotypes: Introduction; 4. The importance of exagerrating; 5. Differences and similarities: some contexts of judgement; 6. Cognitive aspects of prejudice; 7. Social stereotypes and social groups; Part III. Insiders and Outsiders: Introduction; 8. The experience of prejudice; 9. The beginnings of ethnocentrism; 10. Children's international perspectives; Part IV. Intergroup Conflict: Introduction; 11. The attributes of intergroup behaviour; 12. Social categorization, social identity and social comparison; 13. The achievement of group differentiation; 14. Exit and voice in intergroup relations; 15. The social psychology of minorities; References; Indices.
Responsibility: Henri Tajfel ; [with a foreword by Jerome Bruner].


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