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Identity theory and social identity theory
In social psychology, we need to establish a general theory of the self which can attend to both macro and micro processes, and which avoids the redundancies of separate theories on different aspectsExpand
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A sociological approach to self and identity
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The Roots of Identity Theory
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The marriage license as a hitting license: A comparison of assaults in dating, cohabiting, and married couples
There are many studies of marital and dating violence. However, methodological differences between these studies make it difficult to determine differences in the nature and extent of physicalExpand
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Verbal and Physical Aggression in Marriage.
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Trust and commitment through self-verification.
This research examines how self-processes and trust influence the development of commitment in society, thereby making social order possible. The central thesis is that the processExpand
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Violence in Dating Relationships
This paper examines violence in white, heterosexual, dating relationships among college students and highlights the gender differences that are found. Our analysis focuses on particular individualExpand
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Psychological aggression in dating relationships: The role of interpersonal control
  • J. E. Stets
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Family Violence
  • 1 March 1991
This research examines the relatively unexplored area of psychological aggression in dating relationships. One causal factor of particular interest is interpersonal control, that is, the degree toExpand
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Control in dating relationships
Etude du pouvoir et du controle dans les relations de parente : pouvoirs familiaux et particulierement pouvoir conjugal. Notions de comportement individuel et d'aspiration individuelle ; question duExpand
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