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The social psychology of inclusion and exclusion
Book
The social psychology of inclusion and exclusion

Title
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The social psychology of inclusion and exclusion
Table Of Contents
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A social psychological framework for understanding social inclusion and exclusion / Dominic Abrams, Michael A. Hogg and José M. Marques -- Social exclusion increases aggression and self-defeating behavior while reducing intelligent thought and prosocial behavior / Jean M. Twenge and Roy F. Baumeister -- Reacting to ostracism / Kipling D. Williams and Cassandra L. Govan -- Stigma and social exclusion / Brenda Major and Collette P. Eccleston -- The role of exclusion in maintaining ingroup inclusion / Cynthia L. Pickett and Marilynn B. Brewer -- Exclusion of the self by close others and by groups / Tracy McGlaughlin-Volpe ... [et al.] -- Managing group composition / John M. Levine, Richard L. Moreland, and Leslie R. M. Hausmann -- When bad becomes good (and vice versa) / Dominic Abrams ... [et al.] -- Fringe dwellers / Michael A. Hogg and Kelly S. Fielding and John Darley -- Delinquency / Nicholas Emler and Stephen Reicher -- Social inclusion and exclusion / John F. Dovidio ... [et al.] -- Intergroup contact in a divided society / Miles Hewstone ... [et al.] -- Cognitive representations and exclusion of immigrants / Diana R. Rice and Brian Mullen -- Attitudes toward immigrants and immigration / Victoria M. Esses ... [et al.].
Bib ID
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PECEBC183305
Physical Description
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xviii, 355 p. : ill.
Publisher
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New York : Psychology Press
Date Created/Published
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2005
Accession No.
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PECEBC183305
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