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Title The social psychology of inclusion and exclusion / edited by Dominic Abrams, Michael A. Hogg, José M. Marques
Published New York : Psychology Press, 2005

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Description 355 pages : illustrations, ; 24 cm
regular print
Contents A social psychological framework for understanding social inclusion and exclusion / Dominic Abrams, Michael A. Hogg and José M. Marques -- Social exclusion increases aggression and self-defeating behavior while reducing intelligent thought and prosocial behavior / Jean M. Twenge and Roy F. Baumeister -- Reacting to ostracism / Kipling D. Williams and Cassandra L. Govan -- Stigma and social exclusion / Brenda Major and Collette P. Eccleston -- The role of exclusion in maintaining ingroup inclusion / Cynthia L. Pickett and Marilynn B. Brewer -- Exclusion of the self by close others and by groups / Tracy McGlaughlin-Volpe ... [et al.] -- Managing group composition / John M. Levine, Richard L. Moreland, and Leslie R. M. Hausmann -- When bad becomes good (and vice versa) / Dominic Abrams ... [et al.] -- Fringe dwellers / Michael A. Hogg and Kelly S. Fielding and John Darley -- Delinquency / Nicholas Emler and Stephen Reicher -- Social inclusion and exclusion / John F. Dovidio ... [et al.] -- Intergroup contact in a divided society / Miles Hewstone ... [et al.] -- Cognitive representations and exclusion of immigrants / Diana R. Rice and Brian Mullen -- Attitudes toward immigrants and immigration / Victoria M. Esses ... [et al.]
Summary "The Social Psychology of Inclusion and Exclusion examines the psychology of inclusion and exclusion within relationships between individuals, small groups, and large scale social categories such as nationality and ethnicity. Leading international experts in social psychology explore the impact of being excluded on people's emotions, actions, and reactions." "The volume will be of interest to social psychology researchers, as well as final year undergraduate students and graduate students on a variety of social psychology courses. Its breadth will also appeal to students of intercultural relations, sociology, political science, and even social and public policy. It will also serve as a useful resource for decision makers and social policy officials, and as a tool for social scientists who conduct research on social inclusion and exclusion."--BOOK JACKET
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Marginality, Social.
Social groups.
Social psychology.
Author Hogg, Michael A., 1954-
Abrams, Dominic, 1958-
Marques, Jose Mendes
LC no. 2004009908
ISBN 1841690732 hardback alkaline paper