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As a prologue to this special issue, this article places the study of intergroup communication in the context of the evolution of social psychology. The growing interest in the field is exemplified, historical points of divergence are noted, and two epistemological arguments for a rapprochement...
Seven social psychological themes or foci are identified in this special issue on intergroup communication: social identity, social beliefs, attitudes, face-to-face interaction in groups, intergroup contact, naturally occurring intergroup contexts, and hidden prejudice. Each article is examined...
Research concerned with social perceptions of older people has suggested that they are commonly viewed in rather negative stereotypical ways. Takingan intergroup perspective, this study examined young people's perceptions of communication underaccommodation (inattention, nonlistening, and...
This investigation is a first empirical attempt, using an intergroup perspective, to socially evaluate patronizing speech in encounters involving people with and without disabilities. Respondents read a vignette involving a person with a disability being either patronized or not being patronized...
Videotaped discussions (among in-group or out-group members) promoting integrative or instrumental benefits of learningEuropean orAsian languages were presented randomly to participants who subsequently rated several Asian and European languages. Responses from 176 English schoolchildren (males...
This article discusses the background of intergroup communication research, comments on the articles presented in this special issue, and suggests some issues and methods that may be prevalent in the future. It is proposed that intergroup communication research has been influenced by the Western...
This article addresses the role of intentional control in intergroup favouritism and out-group discrimination. We hypothesise that explicit strategies of discrimination (reward allocation, trait attributions) are under people's intentional control, whereas the linguistic intergroup bias (LIB)...
Research in both cross-cultural psychology and the social psychology of language has examined the changes in identity and language behavior that occur when two ethnolinguistic groups come into contact. This study attempted to integrate these two fields of inquiry through an investigation of the...
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