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Social Stigma and Social Disadvantage

Manuela Barreto (Editor), Naomi Ellemers (Editor)
ISBN: 978-1-4443-3947-5
200 pages
October 2010, Wiley-Blackwell
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The aim of this special issue is to contribute to the advancement of current knowledge on social stigmatization. Progress in this area has been thwarted by seemingly incompatible findings and unresolved debates. This special issue includes contributions that bear on some of the most important debates in this area. In addition, this issue includes novel perspectives and alternative views to these issues. The issue highlights the social contextual and interactive nature of stigmatization that determines its impact and consequences for those who are stigmatized.
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Current Issues in the Study of Social Stigma: Some Controversies and Unresolved Issues (Manuela Barreto and Naomi Ellemers).

PREJUDICE IN CONTEXT.

The Influence of Economic Conditions on Aspects of Stigmatization (Eden B. King, Jennifer L. Knight, and Michelle R. Hebl).

Group Identification and Prejudice: Theoretical and Empirical Advances and Implications (Cheryl R. Kaiser and Clara L. Wilkins).

THE INTERACTIVE NATURE OF THE PREJUDICE EXPERIENCE.

"What did You Say, and Who do You Think You Are?" How Power Differences Affect Emotional Reactions to Prejudice (Manuela Barreto, Naomi Ellemers, and Susan T. Fiske).

Self-Silencing to Sexism (Janet K. Swim, Kristen M. Eyssell, Erin Quinlivan Murdoch, and Melissa J. Ferguson).

THE IMPACT OF STIGMA ON THE SELF-CONCEPT.

The Importance of Implicit and Explicit Measures for Understanding Social Stigma (Leslie Ashburn-Nardo).

Living with Stigma and the Self-Perceptions of People with Mild Intellectual Disabilities (Andrew Jahoda, Alastair Wilson, Kirsten Stalker, and Anja Cairney).

STIGMA AND IDENTITY ENDORSEMENT.

Group Devaluation and Group Identification (Colin Wayne Leach, Patricia M. Rodriguez Mosquera, Michael L. W. Vliek, and Emily Hirt).

Mental Health Support Groups, Stigma, and Self-Esteem: Positive and Negative Implications of Group Identification (JasonW.Crabtree, S. Alexander Haslam, TomPostmes, and Catherine Haslam).

Revealing Concealable Stigmatized Identities: The Impact of Disclosure Motivations and Positive First-Disclosure Experiences on Fear of Disclosure and Well-Being (Stephenie R. Chaudoir and Diane M. Quinn).

STIGMA, MOTIVATION, AND PERFORMANCE.

Social Neuroscience and Public Policy on Intergroup Relations: A Hegelian Analysis (Sonia K. Kang, Michael Inzlicht, and Belle Derks).

Valuing Social Identity: Consequences for Motivation and Performance in Low-Status Groups (Colette van Laar, Belle Derks, Naomi Ellemers, and Dennis Bleeker).

COMMENTARY.

Social Stigma and Disadvantage: Current Themes and Future Prospects (J. Nicole Shelton, Jan Marie Alegre, and Deborah Son).

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