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Understanding Peace and Conflict Through Social Identity Theory : Contemporary Global Perspectives

Author: Shelley McKeown; Reeshma Haji; Neil Ferguson
Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2016.
Series: Peace Psychology Book Series
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Shelley McKeown; Reeshma Haji; Neil Ferguson
ISBN: 9783319298696 3319298690 9783319298672 3319298674
OCLC Number: 953103640
Description: 1 Online-Ressource (XX, 387 Seiten 15 Illustrationen, 4 Illustrationen in color)
Contents: Social identity and peace psychology: An IntroductionReeshma Haji, Shelley McKeown Jones and Neil Ferguson Section 1 Theoretical and Contemporary Issues.Part I: History and development of social identity theory1. Social identity theoryMichael A. Hogg2. Towards a Clearer Understanding of Social Identity Theory's Self-Esteem HypothesisSarah E. Martiny and Mark Rubin3. Between the lines of us and them: Identity threat, anxious uncertainty, and reactive ingroup affirmation - how can antisocial outcomes be prevented?Adrian Luders, Eva Jonas, Immo Fritsche and Dimitrij AgroskinPart II: Social identity as a source of conflict and peace4. Identity and Acculturation Processes in Multicultural SocietiesSofia Stathi and Claudia Roscini5. Tyranny and leadershipStephen Reicher, S. Alexander Haslam, Michael Platow and Nik Steffens6. Crowd behaviour and collective actionStephen T. La Macchia and Winnifred R. Louis7. The Role of Social Identity in the Recruitment and Reintegration of Child Soldiers Michael G. Wessells Part IV: Contemporary issues8. Symbolic reminders of identityRebekah A. Phillips DeZalia and Scott L. Moeschberger9. Identity and psychological healthOrla T. Muldoon, Robert D. Lowe and Katharina Schmid10. Global Climate Change: A Social Identity Perspective on Informational and Structural InterventionsMark A. Ferguson, Rachel I. McDonald and Nyla R. Branscombe Section 2 Worldwide PerspectivesPart I: Africa11. Social Identity Theory as a Theory of Change: The Case of South Africa Ines Meyer, Kevin Durrheim and Don Foster12. Social Identity and Conflict in Northern UgandaGrace Lapwoch and Kennedy Amone- P'Olak13. Representations of Social Identities in RwandaSigrun Marie Moss Part II: Europe14. Social Identity Theory and Intergroup Conflict in Northern IrelandNeil Ferguson and Shelley McKeown Jones15. Social Identity in a divided CyprusCharis Psaltis and Huseyin Cakal16. Building national identity in newborn Kosovo: Challenges of Integrating National Identity with Ethnic Identity among Kosovar Albanians and Kosovar SerbsEdona Maloku, Belle Derks, Colette van Laar and Naomi EllemersPart III: North and South America17. Canada, a fertile ground for intergroup relations and social identity theoryRichard N. Lalonde, Jorida Cila and Maya Yampolsky18. Social identities and conflict in Chile: the role of historical and political processesRoberto Gonzalez, Monica M. Gerber and Hector Carvacho19. Identity, contact, and health among majority and minority ethnic groups in Mexico and ChileAnja Eller, Huseyin Cakal and David Sirlopu Part IV: Asia and Australasia20. Social Identity and Peace in the Modern Middle East: Insights from the United Arab EmiratesAngela T. Maitner and Robert Stewart-Ingersoll21. Collective and social identities in Philippine peacebuilding: Does a superordinate Bangsamoro social identity mediate the effects of collective ethnic identity? Cristina Jayme Montiel, Ma. Elizabeth J. Macapagal and Jose Jowel Canuday22. "Aussie Aussie Aussie, Oi Oi Oi": Situating and Understanding Social Identities in Australia.Siew Fang Law and Cynthia MackenzieConclusion: The next voyageShelley McKeown Jones, Neil Ferguson and Reeshma Haji
Series Title: Peace Psychology Book Series
Responsibility: edited by Shelley McKeown, Reeshma Haji, Neil Ferguson.


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