Advances in Identity Theory and Research / Edition 1by Peter J. Burke
Pub. Date: 07/31/2003
Publisher: Springer US
This timely volume will be of interest to social psychologists in sociology and psychology, behavioral scientists, and political scientists. See more details below
This timely volume will be of interest to social psychologists in sociology and psychology, behavioral scientists, and political scientists.
- Springer US
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- 7.10(w) x 10.20(h) x 0.80(d)
Table of Contents
Introduction; The Editors.
Part I: Sources of Identity. 1: The Me and the Not-Me: Positive and Negative Poles of Identity; G.J. McCall. 2: Roots of Identity: Family Resemblances and Ascribed Traits; K.J. Kiecolt, A. LoMascolo. 3: Identities and Behavior; A.D. Cast.
Part II: Identities and Social Structure. 4: The Political Self: Identity Resources for Radical Democracy; P. Callero. 5: Identity and Inequality: Exploring Links between Self and Stratification Processes; M.O. Hunt. 6: The Role of Self-Evaluation in Identity Salience and Commitment; T.J. Owens, R. Serpe.
Part III: Identities, Emotion, and Health. 7: Justice, Emotion, and Identity Theory; J.E. Stets. 8: Feeling Good, Feeling Well: Identity, Emotion, and Health; L.E. Francis. 9: Interaction, Emotion, and Collective Identities; E.J. Lawler. 10: Using Identity Discrepancy Theory to Predict Psychological Distress; K. Marcussen, M.D. Large.
Part IV: Multiple Identities. 11: The Self, Multiple Identities and the Production of Mixed Emotions; L. Smith-Lovin. 12: Personal Agency in the Accumulation of Multiple Role-Identities; P.A. Thoits. 13: Relationships among Multiple Identities; P.J. Burke.
Final Commentary: A Peek Ahead; S. Stryker.
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