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Social identity and intergroup behaviour

Social identity and intergroup behaviour HENRI TAJFEL Social and behaviour identity intergroup 1. The theoretical and research background The aim of this is to outline a of some social paper theory psychological aspects of behaviour. But two remarks are before intergroup preliminary necessary we embark on a discussion of the substantive issues. These remarks need to be made at the outset because reflect a de which is at the they prise position of the ideas here. This of background developed background assumptions will not be discussed in the it is relevant to the explicitly paper, although argu- ment that will be presented. The first remark concerns the &dquo;individual&dquo; and the &dquo;social&dquo; in the processes of behaviour. of the social theories psychology , intergroup Many psychological and studies concerned with this behaviour are &dquo;individual&dquo; in experimental the sense that constructs and sets of which they employ empirical relationships can be conceived as external and to social context. being preliminary any (For extended discussions of this all in issue, Moscovici ; Rommetveit; cf. Tajfel; Israel and In one of the aims of the 1972.) contrast, Tajfel (eds.), present paper is to the role of &dquo;men in rather than of men tout court in emphasise groups&dquo; the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Social Science Information SAGE

Social identity and intergroup behaviour

Social Science Information , Volume 13 (2): 29 – Apr 1, 1974

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0539-0184
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1461-7412
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10.1177/053901847401300204
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HENRI TAJFEL Social and behaviour identity intergroup 1. The theoretical and research background The aim of this is to outline a of some social paper theory psychological aspects of behaviour. But two remarks are before intergroup preliminary necessary we embark on a discussion of the substantive issues. These remarks need to be made at the outset because reflect a de which is at the they prise position of the ideas here. This of background developed background assumptions will not be discussed in the it is relevant to the explicitly paper, although argu- ment that will be presented. The first remark concerns the &dquo;individual&dquo; and the &dquo;social&dquo; in the processes of behaviour. of the social theories psychology , intergroup Many psychological and studies concerned with this behaviour are &dquo;individual&dquo; in experimental the sense that constructs and sets of which they employ empirical relationships can be conceived as external and to social context. being preliminary any (For extended discussions of this all in issue, Moscovici ; Rommetveit; cf. Tajfel; Israel and In one of the aims of the 1972.) contrast, Tajfel (eds.), present paper is to the role of &dquo;men in rather than of men tout court in emphasise groups&dquo; the

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Published: Apr 1, 1974

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