Psycho-social dimensions of European integration: An analysis of dynamic stereotypical representations in inter-group relations – Vlad Petre GLAVEANU

PSYCHO-SOCIAL DIMENSIONS OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION: AN ANALYSIS OF DYNAMIC STEREOTYPICAL REPRESENTATIONS IN INTER-GROUP RELATIONS

Romanian version. Original title: DIMENSIUNI PSIHO-SOCIALE ALE INTEGRARII EUROPENE: O ANALIZA A REPREZENTARILOR STEREOTIPE DINAMICE IN RELATIILE INTER-GRUP

Vlad Petre GLAVEANU

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FORMAT: Paperback         PAGES: 221          LANGUAGE: Romanian

ISBN: 978-973-166-063-9

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Description:

The issue of differences between individuals is one of the major concerns of clinical psychology. Differences between cultures and social contexts, key factors in shaping the human personality, are a fundamental area of ​​social and cultural psychology. Each of us is unique but we do not all have the same ability to accept this diversity, we are not as tolerant of those who are “not like us”. Sometimes, without realizing it, we form groups and include in groups or classes everyone we interact with. The criteria of social categorization are multiple: sex, age, ethnicity, profession, political or sexual orientation, etc. The same social “instinct” makes us automatically become defenders of the members of the groups we belong to (and of the members of our reference groups) and to show antipathy towards members of competing groups (and competition is often the rule of our existence in society). (The author)


Topics of interest:

  • psychology
  • clinical psychology
  • social psychology
  • cultural psychology

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