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Intergroup relations (a term we use to include intergroup contact, interaction, and friendship) and . Intergroup relations and attitudes have been a concern of psychological scientists for nearly a century (Kruglanski & Stroebe, 2012)
Intergroup relations (a term we use to include intergroup contact, interaction, and friendship) and intergroup attitudes (a term we use to include knowledge, beliefs, and evaluations concerning social groups) are pressing concerns worldwide. Conflict among groups is a major source of war and other forms of violence and aggression. Intergroup relations and attitudes have been a concern of psychological scientists for nearly a century (Kruglanski & Stroebe, 2012). Much of the extant empirical work has been conducted within the United States (US) and the United Kingdom (UK). Our own expertise is grounded in the US and thus we focus primarily (albeit not exclusively) on the region.
Intergroup relations refers to interactions between individuals in different social groups, and to interactions taking place between the groups themselves collectively.
The major thesis of this book is that theories "of international relations must. be understood as an integral aspect of political theory and practice" (79). Re-. alism (power and interest theory, identified with Hans Morgenthau, and now. Kenneth Waltz), according to Walker, "can be understood as a complex site of. philosophical puzzles and contradictions, rather than as a banal tradition. stretching from Thucydides to Morgenthau.
Social psychology and intergroup relations. Walker, . & Mann, L. (1987). Unemployment, relative deprivation, and social protest. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 13, 275–283. London: Academic Press. Blake, R. & Mouton, J. S. (1961). In D. T. Gilbert, S. Fiske, & G. Lindzey (Ed., The handbook of social psychology (4th e. Vol. 2, pp. 554–594). New York: McGraw-Hill. & Pettigrew, T. F. (1984). Relative deprivation theory: An overview and conceptual critique. British Journal of Social Psychology, 23, 301–310.
The book will be of value to anyone with an interest in the topic and its practical application. Format Paperback 390 pages.