This landmark work offers a tour of the latest developments in Social Identity Theory from the leading scholars in the field. First proposed by Tajfel and Turner in 1979, Social Identity Theory has proved enormously influential in stimulating new theory and research, and in its application to social problems. The field is developing apace and important new lines of work have opened up in the past few years. The three sections of the book cover: theoretical contributions to the field; recent empirical assessments of key elements of the theory; and applications of Social Identity Theory to bring about changes in problematic intergroup relationships.
INTRODUCTIONSocial Identity Theory in Retrospect and Prospect - Rupert Brown and Dora CapozzaPART ONE: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVESModels, Meanings and Motivations - Kay DeauxA Multidimensional Model of Identity - Stephen Worchel, Jonathan Iuzzini, Dawna Coutant, and Manuela Ivaldi Relating Individual and Group Identities to Intergroup BehaviourPART TWO: INGROUP BIAS: MEASURES AND CONDITIONSValence-Dependent Probability of Ingroup Favouritism between Minimal Groups - Sabine Otten and Am[ac]elie Mummendey An Integrative View on the Positive-Negative Asymmetry in Social DiscriminationFrom Incorrect Deductive Reasoning to Ingroup Favouritism - Nathalie Scaillet and Jacques-Philippe LeyensIndividualism, Collectivism and Social Identity Theory - Dora Capozza, Alberto Voci, and Orazio LicciardelloComparative Identity, Category Salience and Intergroup Relations - Maria Ros, Carmen Huici, and Angel G[ac]omezMeasuring Prejudice - Anne Maass, Luigi Castelli, and Luciano Arcuri Implicity versus Explicit TechniquesPART THREE: SOCIAL IDENTITY THEORY AND CHANGE IN INTERGROUP RELATIONSSuperordinate Goals versus Superordinate Identity as Bases of Intergroup Cooperation - Marilynn B BrewerThe Common Ingroup Identity Model for Reducing Intergroup Bias - Samuel L Gaertner, John F Dovidio, Jason A Nier, Brenda S Banker, Christine M Ward, Melissa Houlette, and Stephanie Loux Progress and ChallengesMultiple Categorization and Social Identity - Richard J Crisp and Miles HewstoneCategorization and Intergroup Anxiety in Intergroup Contact - Katy Greenland and Rupert BrownCONCLUSIONNew Trends in Theory and Research - Dora Capozza and Rupert Brown