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The social psychology of intergroup reconciliation : from violent conflict to peaceful co-existence

Author: Arie Nadler; Thomas E Malloy; Jeffrey D Fisher
Publisher: New York ; Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This text focuses on the removal of psychological barriers (e.g. a lack of trust, feelings of victimisation, perceived lack of power) as a way to end conflict. The book takes the stance that social psychology is uniquely equipped, both theoretically and methodologically, to deal with this challenge.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arie Nadler; Thomas E Malloy; Jeffrey D Fisher
ISBN: 9780195300314 0195300319
OCLC Number: 191242814
Description: pages cm
Contents: INTRODUCTION: INTERGROUP RECONCILIATION - DIMENSIONS AND THEMES; PART A: INTERGROUP RECONCILIATION: ITS NATURE; PART B: SOCIO-EMOTIONAL RECONCILIATION: MOVING BEYOND VICTIMHOOD, GUILT, AND HUMILIATION; (1) GUILT, VICTIMHOOD, AND FORGIVENESS; (2) RESTORING RESPECT AND ESTEEM; PART C: INSTRUMENTAL RECONCILIATION: CONTACT, COMMON IDENTITY, AND EQUALITY; (4) EQUALITY AND DIFFERENTIAL POWER; PART D: PROGRAMS TO PROMOTE INTERGROUP RECONCILIATION; PART E: INTERGROUP RECONCILIATION: AN OVERALL VIEW
Responsibility: edited by Arie Nadler, Thomas E. Malloy and Jeffrey D. Fisher.

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This text focuses on the removal of psychological barriers (e.g. a lack of trust, feelings of victimisation, perceived lack of power) as a way to end conflict. The book takes the stance that social psychology is uniquely equipped, both theoretically and methodologically, to deal with this challenge.

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Nadler, Malloy, and Fisher have put together an impressive volume containing updated, yet coherent chapters covering the issue of intergroup reconciliation. * PsycCritiques, vol 53, release 44 *

 
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