Acting for whom, against what? Group membership and multiple paths to engagement in social change.

@article{Craig2020ActingFW,
  title={Acting for whom, against what? Group membership and multiple paths to engagement in social change.},
  author={M. A. Craig and V. Badaan and Riana M Brown},
  journal={Current opinion in psychology},
  year={2020},
  volume={35},
  pages={
          41-48
        }
}
In a connected and politically engaged world, it is essential to understand how, why, and when people from diverse backgrounds may support social action. Integrating findings from the collective action, solidarity, and allyship literatures, we present working models of how the lenses through which individuals possessing different group memberships may psychologically identify (as part of the targeted group, an inclusive stigmatized identity, or the societally dominant group) and perceive… Expand

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