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By S.R. Thye, E.J. Lawler, M.W. Macy, H.A. Walker

ISBN-10: 0762306513

ISBN-13: 9780762306510

"Advances in staff techniques" publishes theoretical analyses, studies, and theory-based empirical chapters on staff phenomena. The sequence adopts a huge perception of 'group processes', together with paintings on teams starting from the very small to the very huge, and on vintage and modern subject matters reminiscent of prestige, energy, justice, effect, determination making, intergroup kin, and social networks. This quantity covers a large component to conception and study. the 1st chapters tackle stereotyping and discrimination, emphasizing the significance of intergroup kin within the creation of doubtless intrapersonal phenomena. issues of different chapters contain: theoretical matters touching on prestige in job teams; facets of energy in bargaining and trade; clash in familial kinfolk; the unfold or transition of social phenomena; and the kinfolk among micro-, meso-, and macro-level forces in sociological theorizing.

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1996 ; Islam and Hewstone 1993 ; see also the college student survey discussed earlier), but they also tend to perceive subordinate and minority groups as encroaching on their rights and prerogatives (Bobo 1999) . In addition, majority and minority group members have different preferences for the ultimate outcomes of intergroup contact. Whereas minority group members often tend to want to retain their cultural identity, majority group members favor the assimilation of minority groups into one single culture (a traditional "melting pot" orientation)-the dominant culture (Horenczyk 1996) .

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