New Developments in Social Identity Research

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Blaire R. Nelson (Editor)

Series: Psychology of Emotions, Motivations and Actions
BISAC: PSY013000

Social identity theory proposes that much of our identity, attitudes, beliefs, and even our behaviors are grounded in groups that we affiliate with, or groups that are important to us. The groups (e.g. class, sports team, religion, family) which we belong to are an important source of pride, self-esteem, and identity. Additionally, the groups that we are a part of gives us a sense of social identity – a sense of belonging to the social world. This book provides and discusses new developments in social identity research.
(Imprint: Novinka)

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Preface

Chapter 1 – Inclusive Identities: From Humans to Global Citizens (pp. 1-22)
Stephen Reysen and Iva Katzarska-Miller (Texas A&M University-Commerce, USA, and others)

Chapter 2 – Social Identity and Health (pp. 23-38)
Michelle C. Quist, Dawn W. Foster and Jennifer L. Bryan (University of Houston, TX, USA, and others)

Chapter 3 – The Dynamics Behind Social Identities: Stigma and Discrimination in Social Encounters (pp. 39-64)
Klaus Geiselhart (Institut für Geographie, Wetterkreuz, Erlangen, Germany)

Chapter 4 – Talking About Us: The Discursive Construction of Organizational Identity in a Sport Team (pp. 65-86)
M. L. Giancaspro and A. Manuti (Department of Education, Psychology, Communication, University of Bari, Italy)

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