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書名 Intergroup helping / edited by Esther van Leeuwen, Hanna Zagefka
出版項 Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2017
國際標準書號 9783319530260 (electronic bk.)
9783319530246 (paper)
國際標準號碼 10.1007/978-3-319-53026-0 doi
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說明 1 online resource (xv, 397 pages) : illustrations, digital ; 24 cm
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附註 Part I - Intergroup helping as subtle discrimination -- 1 John F. Dovidio, Samuel Gaertner, Silvia Abad-Merino; Helping behaviour and subtle discrimination -- 2 Anna Kende, Nurit Shnabel ; Benevolent sexism and cross-gender helping: a subtle reinforcement of existing gender relations -- 3 Ute Gabriel; Saying "no" to a request as a subtle form of discrimination against lesbians and gay men? A fresh look at old findings -- 4 Jellie Sierksma, Jochem Thijs; Intergroup helping: how do children see it? -- 5 Tehila Kogut, Ilana Ritov; Helping an outgroup member - or the outgroup: the identifiability effect in an intergroup context -- 6 Stefan Sturmer; Birte Siem A group-level theory of helping and altruism within and across group-boundaries -- Part II - Strategic motives for intergroup helping -- 7 Esther van Leeuwen; The SOUTH model: on the pros and cons of strategic outgroup helping -- 8 Juliet R.H. Wakefield, Nick Hopkins; Help that helps: exploring strategic motivations in intergroup helping transactions -- 9 Luis Oceja, Eric L. Stocks; The path from helping one to helping the group - and beyond -- 10 Samer Halabi, Arie Nadler; The IHSR model: giving, seeking and receiving help as tools to maintain or challenge social inequality -- 11 Susanne Tauber ; A conceptualisation of help-avoidance as motivated inaction: implications for theory, research, and society -- Part III - Intergroup helping in the field -- 12 Caoimhe Ryan, Stephen Reicher, S. Alexander Haslam; Are they in or are they out? Questioning category relations in the study of helping -- 13 Trevor Keith James, Hanna Zagefka The importance of national identities and intergroup relations in disaster aid -- 14 Ilanit SimanTov-Nachlieli, Nurit Shnabel; Promoting helping behaviour across group boundaries through the restoration of conflicting groups' agentic identities -- 15 Loris Vezzali, Luca Andrighetto, John Drury, Gian Antonio Di Bernardo , Alessia Cadamuro; In the aftermath of natural disasters: Fostering helping toward outgroup victims -- 16 Roberto Gonzalez, Siugmin Lay; Sense of responsibility and empathy: bridging the gap between attributions and helping behaviours -- 17 Julie Van de Vyver, Dominic Abrams; Promoting third-party prosocial behavior: the potential of moral emotions -- 18 Emma F. Thomas, Craig McGarty; When giving isn't enough: Responding to humanitarian emergencies through transformational collective generosity
The aim of this volume is to provide an overview of psychological research on intergroup helping, arguing for intergroup helping as a research area in and of itself. Historically, research on intergroup relations has largely focused on negative intergroup interactions, such as prejudice or discrimination. This, and the fact that most of the research on helping has focused on individuals, meant that helping between (members of) different groups was largely overlooked. However, over the last decade, a small but growing group of researchers has started to investigate intergroup helping as a social act occurring between and amongst groups. The contributions of these expert researchers, which are summarised in this volume, make the case that intergroup helping should be studied as a phenomenon in and of itself, not as a mere expression of positive intergroup attitudes. To advance this argument, the first section covers traditional research approaches in which the willingness to help other groups is construed as a form of discrimination. Then, the second section looks at the reasons why people may be motivated to help other groups. Finally, the last section explores intergroup helping in a wide range of real world settings, such as help for disaster victims or refugees/migrants. These contributions suggest that intergroup relations can be truly positive. Thus, Intergroup Helping informs researchers from fields as diverse as positive psychology, conflict resolution, fundraising, migration, and intergroup relations about the current state of affairs of research on intergroup helping, and sets out an agenda for further exploration. Tapping into the current trend towards positive psychology, it moves away from the traditional view within intergroup relations research of the group as a 'source of trouble', with the ultimate goal of promoting real positive behaviour that breaches intergroup divides
Host Item Springer eBooks
主題 Intergroup relations
Psychology
Personality and Social Psychology
Positive Psychology
Cross Cultural Psychology
Alt Author van Leeuwen, Esther, editor
Zagefka, Hanna, editor
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