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Another view of “we”: Majority and minority group perspectives on a common ingroup identity
Drawing on the evidence of the role of social categorisation and identity in the development and maintenance of intergroup biases, research on the Common Ingroup Identity Model (Gaertner & Dovidio,Expand
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Commonality and the Complexity of “We”: Social Attitudes and Social Change
The present article explores the complex role of collective identities in the development of intergroup biases and disparities, in interventions to improve orientations toward members of otherExpand
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The Irony of Harmony
Positive intergroup contact has been a guiding framework for research on reducing intergroup tension and for interventions aimed at that goal. We propose that beyond improving attitudes toward theExpand
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EMPATHY AND INTERGROUP RELATIONS
Empathy has received increasing empirical attention in the study of intergroup relations. Much of this research has focused on the potential of interventions that generate empathy for improvingExpand
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Included but Invisible? Subtle Bias, Common Identity, and the Darker Side of “We”
This article discusses how seemingly well-intended policies and interventions to reduce intergroup bias by emphasizing colorblindness through overarching commonalities between groups may, eitherExpand
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Beyond Contact: Intergroup Contact in the Context of Power Relations
This work investigated how group-based power affects the motivations and preferences that members of advantaged and disadvantaged groups bring to situations of contact. To measure the preferredExpand
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Believing in “making a difference” to collective efforts: Participative efficacy beliefs as a unique predictor of collective action
When rational actors believe that their group can achieve its goals through collective action (i.e., when they have strong group efficacy beliefs), they should not participate in it because theyExpand
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How group-based emotions are shaped by collective emotions: evidence for emotional transfer and emotional burden.
Extensive research has established the pivotal role that group-based emotions play in shaping intergroup processes. The underlying implicit assumption in previous work has been that these emotionsExpand
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Interacting Like a Body
The present experiment tested the impact of sexual objectification on women’s behavior in social interactions. We predicted that when objectified, women would narrow their social presence by spendingExpand
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Intergroup contact can undermine disadvantaged group members' attributions to discrimination☆
Abstract In the current research we investigated social settings through which attributions to discrimination are undermined. Drawing on work linking intergroup contact to perceptions of inequality,Expand
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