Intergroup helping as status relations: Effects of status stability, identification, and type of help on receptivity to high-status group's help.

@article{Nadler2006IntergroupHA,
  title={Intergroup helping as status relations: Effects of status stability, identification, and type of help on receptivity to high-status group's help.},
  author={Arie Nadler and Samer Halabi},
  journal={Journal of personality and social psychology},
  year={2006},
  volume={91 1},
  pages={97-110}
}
Integrating research on social identity processes and helping relations, the authors proposed that low-status group members who are high identifiers will be unwilling to receive help from the high-status group when status relations are perceived as unstable and help is dependency-oriented. The first experiment, a minimal group experiment, found negative reactions to help from a high-status outgroup when status relations were unstable. The 2nd and 3rd experiments, which used real groups of… CONTINUE READING
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