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reduction of intergroup tensions

Robin Murphy Williams

reduction of intergroup tensions

a survey of research on problems of ethnic, racial, and religious group relations. Prepared under the direction of the Committee on Techniques for Reducing Group Hostility.

by Robin Murphy Williams

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Race relations -- Research.,
  • Minorities -- Research

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesSocial Science Research Council. Bulletin 57
    ContributionsSocial Science Research Council. Committee on Techniques for Reducing Group Hostility
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 153 p. ;
    Number of Pages153
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21870105M


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The Reduction of Intergroup Tensions: A Survey of Research on Problems of Ethnic, Racial, and Religious Group Relations. xi, New York: Social Science Research Council, $Author: Max Wolff.

This body of work has specified conditions under which contact is most likely to reduce intergroup prejudice, the kinds of contact experiences that encourage prejudice reduction, and several psychological processes that underlie contact's positive by: 1.

Social Identity, Intergroup Conflict, and Conflict Reduction (Rutgers Series on Self and Social Identity, Volume 3) | Richard D. Ashmore, Lee Jussim, Wil David | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books.

"When Robin Williams' The Reduction of Intergroup Tensions was published in ," Wilson said, "the substantial portion of the urban black population was poor -- but they were working." Chicago's inner city neighborhoods had employment rates of nearly 70 percent in the s, he said, "but, today, a majority of adults within inner city neighborhoods are not working in a.

Contributors1. Introduction: Social Identity and Intergroup Conflict, Lee Jussim, Richard D. Ashmore, and David WilderPART I. The Contribution of Individuals' Identities and the Collective Identities of Social Groups to Intergroup Conflict2.

Ingroup Identification and Intergroup Conflict: When Does Ingroup Love Become Outgroup Hate?, Marilynn B. Brewer3. In the final reducing tension between reduction of intergroup tensions book was the reduction of intergroup tensions book of goals which were compellingly shared reduction of intergroup tensions book members of the groups and which reduction of intergroup tensions book the collaborative efforts of all.

Superordinate Reduction of intergroup tensions book in the Reduction of Intergroup Conflict | American Journal of Cited by: How are group-based identities related to intergroup conflict.

When and how do ethnic, religious, and national identities lead to oppression, violence, rebellion, war, mass murder, and genocide. How reduction of intergroup tensions book intergroup reduction of intergroup tensions book change people's identities. How might social identity be harnessed in the service of reducing conflict between groups.

The chapters in this book present a. REDUCTION OF TENSION THROUGH INTERGROUP CONTACT: A SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION* J. ALLEN WILLIAMS, JR. University of Washington Contradictory findings constitute one of the major prob-lems in the field of race and ethnic relations today.

In studies of intergroup contact, many investigators have. The Reduction of Intergroup Tensions: A Survey of Research on Problems of Ethnic, Racial, and Religious Group Relations. By Robin M. Williams, Jr. Social Science Research Council Bulletin New York: Social Science Research Council, pp.

$Author: F. Freeman. Request PDF | Conflict: The parable of the good Samaritan jesus and the reduction of intergroup in the light of social identity theory | This article explores the Parable of the Good Samaritan in Author: Philip Francis Esler.

Robin's monograph on The Reduction of Intergroup Tensions (reprinted in a book honoring his work) is as relevant today as it was almost 60 years ago. Next came his study (with Margaret Ryan) of school desegregation published in Schools in Transition in and then What College Students Think in Reports the result of visits to some leading educational institutions in the U.S.

and England which are concerned with the teaching of social studies as a means of reducing intergroup tensions. Includes a summary of teaching projects seen, and their relevance to Australian education.

(DM)Author: Lorna Lippmann. reduce intergroup biases successfully. Williams (), a prominent sociologist, out-lined a number of propositions and testable hypotheses about techniques for improving intergroup relations in his influential book, The Reduction of Intergroup Tensions.

Williams observed, ‘In World War II recognition of theFile Size: KB. The dynamics of inter-group relation is a book. This book is about the studies of science.

The reduction of intergroup tensions: a survey of research on problems of ethnic, racial, and religious group relations. mentally; (2) tension and conflict were produced between these groups by intro-ducing conditions conducive to competitive and reciprocally frustrating relations be-tween them; and (3) the attempt was made toward reduction of the intergroup conflict.

This stage of reducing tension through introduction of superordinate goals. Williams, R. (), ‘ The reduction of intergroup tensions: A survey of research on problems of ethnic, racial, and religious group relations ’, in Social Science Research Council Bulletin, Vol.

57, Ann Arbor, MI: University of by: We examine how cooperation among the groups of summer campers in M. Sherif, O. Harvey, B. White, W. Hood, and C.

Sherif's () classic Robbers Cave study produced intergroup harmony and the implications of this work for contemporary theoretical issues. Our analysis of the descriptions of the events at Robbers Cave and data from our own laboratories Cited by: A key work laying out some of the potential limitations of contact theory was The Reduction of Intergroup Tensions, a monograph by the Cornell University sociologist Robin Williams Jr.

Williams laid out propositions — empirically testable ones — concerning under what conditions contact might or might not : Jesse Singal. Sherif argued that intergroup conflict (i.e. conflict between groups) occurs when two groups are in competition for limited resources. This theory is supported by evidence from a famous study investigating group conflict: The Robbers Cave (Sherif, ).

The field experiment involved two groups of twelve-year-old boys at Robber’s. reduce intergroup biases successfully. Williams (), a prominent sociologist, out-lined a number of propositions and testable hypotheses about techniques for improving intergroup relations in his influential book, The Reduction of Intergroup Tensions.

Williams observed, ‘In World War II recognition of theCited by: What is intergroup relations. Study your text book buddy Asked inMinorities, Race discrimination, United States 'The reduction of intergroup tensions' -- subject(s): Minorities, Race. Jacques-Philippe Leyens, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Contact Hypothesis.

Many authors claim that the best predictor of prejudice reduction is intergroup ing to all researchers, this contact must meet conditions spelled out by Allport (): equal group status within the situation, common goals.

Abstract. This article explores the Parable of the Good Samaritan in its immediate context (Luke ), a central New Testament passage, both to assess its meaning for Luke's audience and also to suggest its pertinence to contemporary interest in reducing intergroup tension and conflict, especially between ethnic by: This chapter provides an overview of recent theorizing and research on intergroup contact with a focus on three key developments in the literature.

First, we highlight the special role of affective processes and friendship in improving intergroup attitudes while considering both direct and indirect forms of intergroup contact. But this would simply achieve disruption of the in-groups. In terms of actual happenings in intergroup events, the use of this measure in an experimental study would be unrealistic and would have few if any realistic implications for the reduction of intergroup tensions.

The South-Western college Nelson-Quick glossary defines an intergroup conflict is between two groups or organizations. (Nelson-Quick glossary,) Knowing what intergroup conflict is we can look at youth in detention center some of these kids.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Allport, Gordon W. (Gordon Willard), Resolution of intergroup tensions. [New York, National Conference of Christians and Jews, ]. Abstract. The problem of intergroup conflict has been a major concern for numerous societies and countries in the world.

Intergroup tensions exist between blacks and whites in the USA, between the white and colored populations in Britain, between the native population and immigrant workers in the Federal Republic of Germany, and in many other regions of the world where intergroup Cited by:   Chertok, E.

"Sources of International Tension," Bulletin of the Research Exchange on the Prevention of War, III (), No. Google Scholar Coleman, J. " Social Cleavage and Religious Conflict," Journal of Social Issues, XII (), Cited by: In psychology and other social sciences, the contact hypothesis suggests that intergroup contact under appropriate conditions can effectively reduce prejudice between majority and minority group members.

Following WWII and the desegregation of the military and other public institutions, policymakers and social scientists had turned an eye towards the policy implications of. Intergroup bias refers generally to the systematic tendency to evaluate one’s own membership group (the in-group) or its members more favorably than a nonmem- bership group (the out-group) or its members.

The first is the theory of intergroup contact whereby association with other groups may reduce negative attitudes and promote inclusivity.

The second comprises of theories which focus on exposure to information about other groups, which challenge and alter the way people think about other groups (through education and re-education, or media.

Whether positive, negative, or ambivalent in valence, emotion appears to be an integral and inevitable part of intergroup interaction.

Despite the likely presence of affect during intergroup encounters, relatively little empirical work has directly addressed the impact of affective states on intergroup perceptions, judgments, and behaviors.