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“I’m not a feminist, but…”: factors contributing to the discrepancy between pro-feminist orientation and feminist social identity
Using constructs from theories of social identity and collective action, hypotheses were developed concerning variables that predict pro-feminist orientation among those who resist the feministExpand
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Predictors of feminist social identity among college women
This study employed constructs derived from theories of social identity and collective action to test predictors of feminist social identity. The sample consisted of 95 Anglos, 36 African-Americans,Expand
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Testing a model of minority identity achievement, identity affirmation, and psychological well-being among ethnic minority and sexual minority individuals.
How is social identity related to psychological well-being among minority individuals? Drawing on developmental models of identity formation (e.g., Erikson, 1968) and on Social Identity TheoryExpand
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Relative Importance of Contact Conditions in Explaining Prejudice Reduction in a Classroom Context: Separate and Equal?
Research on contact theory has typically presented four major situational conditions of intergroup contact as separate and equally important in creating an environment that leads to lower levels ofExpand
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Understanding Gender Differences in Early Adolescents’ Sexual Prejudice
Drawing on social dominance theory and the contact hypothesis, we developed and tested a two-mediator model for explaining gender differences in early adolescents’ attitudes toward gay males andExpand
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One is not born a women
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Implications of adolescents' acculturation strategies for personal and collective self-esteem.
Berry, Trimble, and Olmedo's (1986) acculturation model was used to investigate the relationship among adolescents' acculturation strategies, personal self-esteem, and collective self-esteem. UsingExpand
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The utility of Allport's conditions of intergroup contact for predicting perceptions of improved racial attitudes and beliefs.
We test the predictive power of perception as it relates to Allport's (1954/1979) classic articulation of the conditions of contact conducive to reducing intergroup prejudice and increasingExpand
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An Introduction to Social Psychological Perspectives on Grassroots Organizing
The primary goals of this issue of the journal are to advance our understanding of the mobilization and empowerment of people who organize locally for social change and to identify strategies forExpand
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Effects of Threat to a Valued Social Identity on Implicit Self-Esteem and Discrimination
This research provides an experimental test of the self-esteem hypothesis that avoids potential hypothesis guessing and self-presentational concerns associated with previous research by includingExpand
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