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Author: Walter G Stephan
ISBN13: 978-0813330082
Title: Intergroup Relations (Social Psychology Series)
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Language: English
Category: Psychology
Publisher: Westview Press; 1 edition (January 26, 1996)
Pages: 240

Intergroup Relations (Social Psychology Series) by Walter G Stephan

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The social psychology of intergroup processes has a long and venerable history. As evidenced by this volume, our understanding of intergroup phenomena is rich, complex, and ripe with possibility in both scientific and social terms. At the heart of all this lies one pivotal process without which the modern social psychology of intergroup relations is almost impossible to imagine – categorization

He is a Fellow of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, which awarded him and his co-authors the 1996 Klineberg award for Intercultural Relations and the 2002 Gordon Allport Intergroup Relations Prize.

Walter G. Stephan of New Mexico State University, New Mexico (NMSU) with expertise in: Social Psychology. It is proposed that intergroup anxiety is comprised of three interrelated components: an affective component, a cognitive component, and a physiological component.

It focuses on the benefits and costs of interchange between psychological social psychology and sociological social psychology, with the ultimate goal of encouraging interaction among scholars in the two disciplines. The primary questions addressed are: What do the two disciplines have to offer each other?

All humans belong to many different types of social groups, ranging from smaller groupings of people (such as one’s circles of friends) to larger social categories (such as gender and race). When people think and act as group members, they tend to accentuate similarities between themselves and members of their own groups, and exaggerate differences between members of their own group and other groups (social categorization).

Such emotions also constitute intergroup anxiety when one is merely anticipating interaction with members of an outgroup.

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Explores the stereotypes, prejudices, and discriminatory behavior of individuals and the manner in which these cognitions, feelings, and behaviors both affect others and are affected by others. Stephan and Stephan suggest measures to help overcome bias and improve intergroup relations that utilize techniques for eliminating stereotypes, reducing prejudice, and resolving conflicts in real-world situations. Designed to enrich all of our lives by combatting preconceptions, this book makes a significant contribution to our understanding of ourselves and others.The authors look at school desegregation in the United States as an extended case study. Throughout the book, they address social identity theory; culture shock and ethnocentrism; the effectiveness of deterrence, negotiation, mediation, and unilateral de-escalation; as well as the contact hypothesis. This social psychological analysis of intergroup relations is appropriate for undergraduates and graduates in social psychology, sociology, communications, and counseling.