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Lecture 19

Lecture 19 - Intergroup Processes

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University of Toronto Scarborough
Ingrid L.Stefanovic

Lecture 19 Intergroup Processes Intergroup in terms of nationality, men and women, ethnic, attitudes towards gays and lesbians, this could be any group whatsoever Almost anything can be a group where you can have intergroup relations INgroup Social group to which you belong Anything can be your ingroup if it can describe you You have multiple ingroups Whichever ingroup you identify the most, is based on what aspect of yourself youre currently thinking about Outgroup I am a uoft student so a York student would be an outgroup Maybe you think of yourself as a utsc student so st. George students and Mississauga students would be your outgroups Intergroup processes ABCs and situations in this case Arise when people from different groups interact with each other or think about each other This is when you start to see interesting social phenomenon come out Primarily talk about social identity theory dominant theory across the world in intergroup relations A lot of people contribute to this work call themselves intergroup social theorists even though they might not be Social Identity Theory We want to think that were good people So how do we achieve this positive self regard Assumptions of Social Identity Theory
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