4 edition of The Centre for Intergroup Studies found in the catalog.
The Centre for Intergroup Studies
University of Cape Town. Centre for Intergroup Studies.
|LC Classifications||DT763 .U59 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19 p. :|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||79315109|
About. The Centre for the Study of the Book provides a common ground for scholars and librarians with shared interests in understanding, documenting, and interpreting the intellectual and material history of the book. Dr Kappmeier received her PhD in Psychology from the University of Hamburg, Germany. Prior to joining the National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, she completed a post-doctoral tenure at the intergroup relations lab in the Psychology Department of Harvard University, USA. ^ Top of page. Publications.
THE NATURE OF GROUPS AND INTERGROUP RELATIONS IN ORGANIZATIONS Understanding intergroup relations in organizations is a complex problem, the study of which can be traced to some of the earliest work in organizational behavior (Alderfer, a; Al-derfer et al., ). Participant observer studies of intergroup. This book group offers the opportunity to meet the author and discuss her writing in an informal group setting. Please read the novel if you would like to attend. Copies are available from Blackwell Bookshop, Market Square, University of York.
The intergroup contact theory is based on the idea that interactions between members of different groups help improve intergroup attitudes and reduce intergroup tensions and prejudice. Lab-based and real-world studies have examined the impact of different types of interactions — including face-to-face contact, indirect forms of contact, and. feelings and intergroup attitudes for both Blacks and Whites (Wil-ner, Walkley, & Cook, ; Works, ). Armed with Williams s initial effort and the rich findings of the housing studies, Allport () introduced the most influential statement of .
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The Centre for Conflict Resolution is a social research institute of the University of Cape Town. It was founded in by Professor H.W. van der Merwe in Cape Town, South Africa, to conduct academic research on relations between "racial" groups, with the goal of promoting mutual acceptance and co-operation.
Initially named the Abe Bailey Institute for Inter-Racial Studies. Get this from a library. The Centre for Intergroup Studies: a review of the first ten years, [University of Cape Town. Centre for Intergroup Studies.].
INTERGROUP STUDIES CHAPTER 9 REVISED: JULY Chapter 9 - Page 2 ORP Manual Version Differences between SWOG Coordinated and non-SWOG Coordinated Intergroup Studies: Specific guidelines govern Intergroup studies.
Depending on the coordinating group, these guidelines may differ from those used for SWOG Size: 86KB. problems. In this era of constant conflict, it is good to have a book that can help move us in a positive direction.
Scholars and public policy makers will benefit greatly from this book." -- DOODY'S "I see this as a useful reference for advanced undergraduate students of intergroup conflict as well as specialists in the field.4/5(1).
Get this from a library. Occupational and social change among coloured people in South Africa: proceedings of a workshop of the Centre for Intergroup Studies at the University of Cape Town.
[Hendrik W Van der Merwe; C J Groenewald; University of Cape Town. Centre for. From inside the book. What people are saying Other editions - View all. The Social psychology of intergroup relations William G.
Austin, Stephen reduce relationship relevant representatives responses role rules Sherif situation social psychology stimulus person strategy studies subjects suggests superordinate goals Tajfel theoretical.
The Art of InterGroup Peace has an array of eight approaches that can be used to steer and channel intergroup interactions — ranging from a truce or ceasefire at one end of the continuum to a full merger and complete intergroup assimilation at the other end of the continuum.
Sherif, M. () In common predicament: Social psychology of intergroup conflict and cooperation, Boston: Houghton-Mifflin Tajfel, H. () Social identity and intergroup relations, Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.
A selection bias limits cross-sectional studies, since prejudiced people avoid intergroup contact. Yet research finds that the positive effects of cross-group friendship are larger than those of. So I had the same experience with ‘intergroup studies’, because when we change the name to Intergroup Studies inand especially in the seventies a group was associated with National Party - with apartheid.
Taylor: Mmm. HW: And therefore many people objected to the word Intergroup Studies because it suggested racial groups Taylor: Yeah. Read about or download George Halvorson's books. Three Key Years, Peace in our Time, Primal Pathways, The Cusp of Chaos, The Art of Intergroup Peace.
: Intergroup Relations (SAGE Library in Social Psychology) (): Richard J. Crisp: Books. Patricia Gurin is Nancy Cantor Distinguished University Professor Emerita of Psychology and Women’s Studies at the University of (Ratnesh) A. Nagda is associate professor of social work and director of the Intergroup Dialogue, Education, and Action Center at the University of as Sorensen is researcher at the American Institutes for Research.
This anthology examines Love's Labours Lost from a variety of perspectives and through a wide range of materials. Selections discuss the play in terms of historical context, dating, and sources; character analysis; comic elements and verbal conceits; evidence of authorship; performance analysis; and feminist interpretations.
Alongside theater reviews, production photographs, and. University of Oxford University of Oxford Web Login Service - Loading Session State. Social psychologists and peace scholars have both contributed a great deal of knowledge of the factors that enhance or inhibit conflict and the likely effectiveness of practices and interventions that address such conflict.
However, contributions from these scholarly communities have grown apart and lack the integration that helped to create the interdisciplinary investigations of early. During his life, Tajfel published seven books and over 95 articles and book chapters. There are two main strands in Tajfel’s intellectual corpus - social perception and intergroup relations – and so the bibliography below is organised along those lines, with a third section of miscellaneous publications and a fourth of radio broadcasts.
Centre receives ESRC funding to develop an international research network on education in divided societies. The Centre for Identity and Intergroup Relations, along with colleagues in the Centre for Shared Education, the Senator George J Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice, has received funding from the Economic and Social Research Council as part of.
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Journal of Social Issues, 60(2), Preliminary textbook available to order: Introduction to Intergroup Dialogues The preliminary version of the textbook, Introduction to Intergroup Dialogues edited by Stephanie Hicks is available to order.
The book is required course material for IGR's ALA/PSYCH/SOC dialogue course and is published and distributed by Cognella, Inc. This article draws on research conducted at the Oxford Centre for the Study of Intergroup Conflict in countries including South Africa, Northern Ireland, Cyprus, and Bosnia.The Social psychology of intergroup relations.
William G. Austin From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. reduce relationship relevant representatives responses role rules Sherif situation social psychology stimulus person strategy studies subjects suggests.Since then, this hypothesis has inspired and guided many studies aimed at discerning the effects of intergroup contacts on intergroup relations.
Researchers have tried to test it in different situations (where the conditions are present or not) and with different groups (by ethnicity, nationality, language, age, sexual orientation, profession.