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Naslov:Oxford handbook of political psychology / edited by David O. Sears, Leonie Huddy, Robert Jervis
Impresum:Oxford : Oxford University Press , 2003
Materijalni opis:x, 822 str. ; 24 cm
Ključne riječi:psihologija politike * donošenje odluka * intergrupni konflikt * socijalna dominacija
Sažetak:This book is the third in a series of handbooks sponsored by the International Society of Political Psychology, following the Handbook of Political Psychology (1973) and Political Psychology: Contemporary Problems and Issues (1986). The authors and editors are distinguished international political scientists, psychologists, and sociologists. In sum, the editors have organized a wide-ranging reference work, with generally helpful literature reviews, although some authors focus on their own research programs. Mostly the chapters tend to be stronger on descriptive reviews of literatures than on sharply identifying gaps in knowledge and providing directions for specific future research, although some chapters do a nice job of laying out future research agendas. Some chapters also seem to give equal weight to studies with strong and weak research designs. The volume is not entirely successful in bridging the elite/mass divide in studies of political psychology (see, however, the effort by McGraw in chapter 12, as well as that of Klandermans in chapter 19). Certainly more needs to be said in political psychology about the interaction of elites and masses, such as the collective or aggregate consequences of individual beliefs and opinions, or the consequences of elite actions for publics. Common themes include the role of threat in producing psychological effects among both elite and mass as well as the need to bring together emotion and cognition in explaining political behavior. Clearly there remains much to be done in political psychology, although the scope of research done thus far is impressive.
APA CC:2960
Ostali autori / urednici:Huddy, Leonie ; Jervis, Robert ; Sears, David O.
Signatura:2960 2003 OXF
Inventarni broj:21/2006
Vrsta građe:knjiga
Knjižnica:Knjižnica Odsjeka za psihologiju, http://www.knjiznice.ffzg.hr/psihologija

Autor(i):Brown, Rupert
Naslov:Group processes : dynamics within and between groups / Rupert Brown
Izdanje:2nd ed
Impresum:Malden, MA : Blackwell Publishers , cop. 2000
Materijalni opis:xxiii, 417 str. ; 24 cm
Ključne riječi:socijalna psihologija * grupni procesi * grupna dinamika * integrupna dinamika * vođenje * intergrupni konflikt * intergrupna kooperacija * socijalni identitet * grupna produktivnost * donošenje odluka u grupi * vođenje * kohezija * grupne norme
Sažetak:This second edition of Group Processes aims to deepen the understanding of the reader regarding the relationships within and between groups by means of three key ideas. First, groups are a source of social identity; our sense of who we are and what we are worth derives from our group memberships. Second, there is a constant tension in group life between its task and socio-emotional aspects; "getting on with the job" whilst also "getting on with people." Third, group dynamics are frequently governed by comparison processes, both within the group and between the ingroup and various outgroups. In this revised edition, Brown introduces readers to the major developments in the field of group processes. All the chapters were thoroughly updated and several new sections have been added.
Sadržaj:The reality of groups Elementary processes in groups Structural aspects of groups Social influence in groups Individuals versus groups Intergroup conflict and cooperation Thinking about groups Social identity and intergroup relations
APA CC:3020
Signatura:3020 2000 BRO
Inventarni broj:9/2004
Vrsta građe:knjiga
Knjižnica:Knjižnica Odsjeka za psihologiju, http://www.knjiznice.ffzg.hr/psihologija

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