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The social psychology of inter-ethnic contact and cross-cultural communication

Alain M. Desrochers

The social psychology of inter-ethnic contact and cross-cultural communication

an annotated bibliography

by Alain M. Desrochers

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Published by International Center for Research on Bilingualism in Que bec .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Race relations,
  • Bibliography,
  • Ethnicity,
  • Intercultural communication

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAlain Desrochers & Richard Cle ment
    SeriesPublication - Centre international de recherche sur le bilinguisme = International Center for Research on Bilingualism ; B-83
    ContributionsCle ment, Richard, 1951-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination261 p. ;
    Number of Pages261
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26621056M

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The social psychology of inter-ethnic contact and cross-cultural communication by Alain M. Desrochers Download PDF EPUB FB2

Social psychology of inter-ethnic contact and cross-cultural communication. Québec: International Center for Research on Bilingualism, (OCoLC) Online version: Desrochers, Alain, Social psychology of inter-ethnic contact and cross-cultural communication.

Québec: International Center for Research on Bilingualism, The Social Psychology of Inter-Ethnic Contact and Cross-Cultural Communication: An Annotated Bibliography. By: Alain Desrochers and Richard Clement Price: $ Publisher: Quebec, Canada, Centre International De Recherche Sur Le Bilingualisme: The title covers the outcomes of cross-cultural interaction along with the effect of such interaction to individuals involved.

The text first details the social psychology of cross-cultural relations, and then proceeds to discussing the historical account of the development of research that tackles cross-cultural contact.

- () Bilingualism and biliteracy: A study of cross-cultural contact in a bilingual community. In J. Edwards (ed.) The social psychology of reading. Silver Spring, Maryland: Institute of Modern Language Google ScholarCited 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 interracial contact.

Cross-cultural communication refers to the exchange of information between people of different cultural backgrounds. It is a well-studied field of research in several disciplines, including psychology, speech and communication, sociology, anthropology, and business.

Social psychology, the scientific study of the behaviour of individuals in their social and cultural setting. Although the term may be taken to include the social activity of laboratory animals or those in the wild, the emphasis here is on human social behaviour. Once a relatively speculative. While social psychology tends to be an academic field, the research that social psychologists perform can and does have a powerful influence on our understanding of various aspects of mental health and wellbeing.

For example, research on conformity has contributed to our understanding of why teenagers sometimes go to such great lengths to fit in with their social group—sometimes to the. The book maintains that understanding cross-cultural communication is a prerequisite to understanding intercultural communication.

Part One of the book discusses cross-cultural communication—the comparison of communication across cultures—and Part Two examines intercultural communication—the communication between people from different.

In social psychology, attitude is defined as learned, global evaluations of a person, object, place, or issue that influence thought and action. [page needed] In simpler terms, attitudes are basic expressions of approval and disapproval, favorability and unfavorability, or, as Bem () suggests, likes and dislikes (e.g.

enjoying chocolate ice cream, or endorsing the values of a particular. Cambridge Core - Social and Cultural Anthropology - Cross-Cultural Psychology - by John W. Berry. Social psychology is the scientific study of how people think about, influence, and relate to one another.

Listed below are links to social psychology topics such as prejudice and discrimination, gender, culture, social influence, interpersonal relations, group behavior, aggression, and more.

Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. ; – Dien DS. A Chinese perspective on Kohlberg’s theory of moral development. Developmental Review. ; – Eckensberger LH, Zimba RF. The development of moral judgment. In: Berry JW, Dasen PR, Saraswathi TS, editors.

Handbook of cross-cultural psychology: Vol. My research interests focus on the social psychology of language and communication processes, particularly as they pertain to intercultural relations and communication. One facet of my research program concerns the relation between language behavior and ethnic identity, and how they are connected to acculturation stress.

Social Psychology and Cultural Context is the first survey of social psychology to integrate cross-cultural issues. The book not only utilizes several variants of the construct of subjective culture but also reflects the current state of affairs in the social domain of cross-cultural psychology.

Crossing cultures can be a stimulating and rewarding adventure. It can also be a stressful and bewildering experience. This thoroughly revised and updated edition of Furnham and Bochner's classic Culture Shock () examines the psychological and social processes involved in intercultural contact, including learning new culture-specific skills, managing stress and coping with an unfamiliar Reviews: 5.

Towards a situated approach to ethnolinguistic identity: The effects of status on individuals and groups. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 11, Zhang, R., & Noels, K. (in press). When ethnic identities vary: Cross-situation and withinsituation variation, authenticity, and well-being.

Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. The Encyclopedia of Cross-Cultural Psychology presents a collection of our current state of knowledge relating to the fields of cross-cultural, cultural, and indigenous psychology. A wealth of supplemental references and suggestions for further reading is included for those wishing to pursue specialized topics or identify key source material.

Psychology is the study of the nature, functions, and phenomena of behavior and mental experience, and two branches of psychology provide bridges to and from game theory: cognitive psychology, concerned with all forms of cognition, including decision making, and social psychology, concerned with how individual behavior and mental experience are.

Obedience is a form of social influence that involves performing an action under the orders of an authority figure. It differs from compliance (which involves changing your behavior at the request of another person) and conformity (which involves altering your behavior in order to go along with the rest of the group).

Instead, obedience involves altering your behavior because a figure of. Presenting the human relations in a cultural context, this book explores various social psychology concepts and applied topics in the light of cross-cultural research.

It also features the developments in the field as well as diversity in the cultural and theoretical backgrounds of the editors and chapter authors.4/5(2).The book is written for undergraduate and postgraduate students of social psychology, sociology, social works and other related disciplines.

Every chapter begins with a well-defined set of learning objectives and includes review exercises and project-based activities.Jean Ann Graham, Michael Argyle, A cross‐cultural study of the communication of extra‐verbal meaning by gestures(1), International Journal of Psychology, /, 10.