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Social Psychology of Globalization

Chi-yue Chiu (Editor), Peter Gries (Editor), Carols J. Torelli (Editor), Shirley Y. Y. Cheng (Editor), Sheri R. Levy (Editor)
ISBN: 978-1-118-30693-2
500 pages
February 2012, Wiley-Blackwell
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In most parts of the world, globalization has become an unstoppable and potent force that impacts everday life and international relations. These articles in this book address the questions of how people make sense of and respond to globalization and its sociocultural ramifications; how people defend the integrity of their heritage cultural identities against the "culturally erosive" effects of globalization, and how individuals harness creative insights from their interactions with global cultures. The new theoretical insights and revealing empirical analyses presented in this issue set the stage for an emergent interdisciplinary inquirty into the psychology of globalization.
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Table of Contents


Section I: Lay Perceptions of Globalization

Section II: Hot, Exclusionary Responses to Globalization

Section III: Cool, Integrative Responses to Globalization

Section IV: Commentary

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