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Intergroup Communication and Reconciliation: Experiences from the Former Yugoslavia  

Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović

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Aug 2017
Intergroup communication is an important aspect of dealing with intergroup conflicts in post-conflict societies, including countries of the former Yugoslavia. Widespread monolithic and ... More

Intergroup Communication: Asia/Australasia  

Shuang Liu

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Aug 2017
Located in the Asia Pacific region, Asia and Australasia have established a long and close relationship over the past centuries. Asian immigrants play a key role in the development and ... More

Intergroup Communication: The Baltic Countries  

Martin Ehala

The focus of intergroup communication research in the Baltic countries is on interethnic relations. All three countries have Russian-speaking urban minorities whose process of integration ... More

Intergroup Communication: India  

Tej K. Bhatia

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Sep 2017
How can one sustain a conversation, let alone maintain effective communication, in a country whose residents speak numerous languages? India defies the conventional wisdom of the ... More

Intergroup Communication: Scandinavia  

Tore Kristiansen

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Sep 2017
In a broad sense, Scandinavia consists of the five sovereign states of Denmark (including Greenland and the Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic Ocean, with an autonomous status within the ... More

Intergroup Communication: Spain  

Ma.Àngels Viladot

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Aug 2017
Intergroup communication in Spain focuses mainly on the interactions between the Spanish state and the coexisting national minorities. Spain is a state divided into autonomous communities, ... More

Intergroup Contact  

Jake Harwood

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Jul 2017
Contact between members of different groups has long been advocated as a productive means for reducing intergroup prejudice. The empirical evidence supports this notion, with hundreds of ... More

Intergroup Metaphors  

Elise Holland, Michelle Stratemeyer, and Nick Haslam

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Jul 2017
Intergroup metaphors represent human groups as nonhuman entities, such as animals, objects, plants, or forces of nature. These metaphors are abundant, diverse in meanings, and frequently ... More

Intractability from a Sociopsychological Approach  

Daniel Bar-Tal

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Sep 2017
Intractable conflicts are defined as being protracted, violent, perceived as being of zero-sum nature and unsolvable, total, and central, and parties involved have an interest in their ... More

Jokes and Humor in Intergroup Relations  

Thomas E. Ford, Christopher J. Breeden, Emma C. O'Connor, and Noely C. Banos

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Sep 2017
Humor fundamentally trivializes its topic and invites people to think about it playfully and non-seriously. Intergroup humor, humor that disparages a social group or its representatives ... More

Language and Power  

Sik Hung Ng and Fei Deng

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Aug 2017
Five dynamic language–power relationships in communication have emerged from critical language studies, sociolinguistics, conversation analysis, and the social psychology of language and ... More

Language Attitudes  

Marko Dragojevic

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Feb 2017
Language attitudes are evaluative reactions to different language varieties. They reflect, at least in part, two sequential cognitive processes: social categorization and stereotyping. ... More

Legal Issues in Intergroup Relations  

Charles W. Choi

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Sep 2017
An intergroup perspective in the legal context highlights the influence of group membership on the interaction between authorities and citizens. Social identity influences communication ... More

Linguistic Bias  

Camiel J. Beukeboom and Christian Burgers

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Jul 2017
Social categorization and stereotypes play a pervasive and fundamental role in social perception, judgment, and interaction. Although stereotypes are functional by allowing us to make ... More

Media Portrayals and Effects: African Americans  

Riva Tukachinsky

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Jul 2017
Content analyses demonstrate continuing improvement in media representations of African Americans. However, research suggests that the progress is uneven across various media and genres, ... More

Media Portrayals and Effects: Latinos  

Alexander Sink and Dana Mastro

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Jul 2017
The media have long been criticized for the manner in which racial and ethnic groups have been (and continue to be) represented in its content. Characterizations of Latinos are no ... More

Mediated Contact  

Nick Joyce

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Aug 2017
Mediated contact involves exposing audiences to people from other social groups (ethnic, religious, political, etc.) through media. It is an extension of intergroup contact theory, one of ... More

Media Use in a Political Context: An Intergroup Communication Perspective  

Mei-Chen Lin and Paul Haridakis

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Sep 2017
Individuals’ political membership of and identification with their political parties or ideologies influence how they interact with members of their own group/party (ingroup) and other ... More

Migrants and Migrant Workers  

Cheng Zeng

Massive migration both within and between countries has been witnessed over the last two centuries. Migration is a multifaceted event with significant socioeconomic, cultural, political ... More

Music and Intergroup Communication  

Jake Harwood

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Sep 2016
Music is a powerful form of communication. Many of the functions of music are shared across cultural groups (e.g., its uses in ritual celebration, group coordination, coalition signaling, ... More

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