Social Psychology of Intergroup Relations

Social Psychology of Intergroup Relations SUMMARY Intergroup relations represent in their enormous scope one of the most difficult and complex knots of problems which we confront in our times. This is why their study in social psychology (and in other disciplines) has been more a matter of "approaches" or perspectives than of tight theoretical articulations. Intergroup behavior will be understood in this chapter in terms proposed by Sherif (1966): "Whenever individuals belonging to one group interact, collectively or individually, with another group or its members in terms of the preparation of this review, to Penny Oakes for making available to me review of the literature on the salience of intergroup categorization, her invaluable help in the presentation of the material. II wish to express my gratitude to Margaret Wetherell for her work on the initial stages of an unpublished and to Alma Foster for 0066-4308/82/0201-0001$02.00 TAJFEL their group identification, we have an instance of intergroup behavior" (p. 12). This definition needs to be anchon:d to its two underlying concepts: "group" and "group identification." A "group" can be defined as such on the basis of criteria which are either external or internal. External criteria are the "outside" designations such as bank clerks, hospital patients, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Annual Review of Psychology Annual Reviews

Social Psychology of Intergroup Relations

Annual Review of Psychology, Volume 33 (1) – Feb 1, 1982

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Annual Reviews
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Copyright 1982 Annual Reviews. All rights reserved
Subject
Review Articles
ISSN
0066-4308
eISSN
1545-2085
DOI
10.1146/annurev.ps.33.020182.000245
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SUMMARY Intergroup relations represent in their enormous scope one of the most difficult and complex knots of problems which we confront in our times. This is why their study in social psychology (and in other disciplines) has been more a matter of "approaches" or perspectives than of tight theoretical articulations. Intergroup behavior will be understood in this chapter in terms proposed by Sherif (1966): "Whenever individuals belonging to one group interact, collectively or individually, with another group or its members in terms of the preparation of this review, to Penny Oakes for making available to me review of the literature on the salience of intergroup categorization, her invaluable help in the presentation of the material. II wish to express my gratitude to Margaret Wetherell for her work on the initial stages of an unpublished and to Alma Foster for 0066-4308/82/0201-0001$02.00 TAJFEL their group identification, we have an instance of intergroup behavior" (p. 12). This definition needs to be anchon:d to its two underlying concepts: "group" and "group identification." A "group" can be defined as such on the basis of criteria which are either external or internal. External criteria are the "outside" designations such as bank clerks, hospital patients,

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Published: Feb 1, 1982

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