The psychology of prosocial behavior : group processes, intergroup relations, and helping

edited by Stefan Stürmer and Mark Snyder

The Psychology of Prosocial Behavior provides original contributions that examine current perspectives and promising directions for future research on helping behaviors and related core issues.* Covers contributions which deal explicitly with interventions designed to foster out-group helping (and to improve its quality) in real world settings* Provides the reader with a cohesive look at helping and prosocial behaviors using a combination of theoretical work with research on interventions in applied settings* Examines helping from multiple perspectives in order to recognize the diverse influences that promote actions for the benefit of others* Contributors to this volume include cutting-edge researchers using both field studies and laboratory experiments

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The Psychology of Prosocial Behavior provides original contributions that examine current perspectives and promising directions for future research on helping behaviors and related core issues.* Covers contributions which deal explicitly with interventions designed to foster out-group helping (and to improve its quality) in real world settings* Provides the reader with a cohesive look at helping and prosocial behaviors using a combination of theoretical work with research on interventions in applied settings* Examines helping from multiple perspectives in order to recognize the diverse influences that promote actions for the benefit of others* Contributors to this volume include cutting-edge researchers using both field studies and laboratory experiments

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  • List of Contributors. Introduction: The Psychological Study of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations in Prosocial Behavior: Past, Present, Future ( Stefan Sturmer and Mark Snyder ). Part I: Motivations for Helping In-group and Out-group Members. 1 The Tribal Instinct Hypothesis: Evolution and the Social Psychology of Intergroup Relations ( Mark Van Vugt and Justin H. Park ). 2 Helping "Us" versus "Them": Towards a Group-Level Theory of Helping and Altruism Within and Across Group Boundaries ( Stefan Sturmer and Mark Snyder ). 3 Stigmas and Pro-Social Behavior: Are People Reluctant to Help Stigmatized Persons? ( John B. Pryor, Glenn D. Reeder, Andrew E. Monroe, and Arati Patel ). 4 The strategic side of out-group helping ( Esther van Leeuwen and Susanne Tauber ). Part II: Consequences of Giving or Receiving Help in the Context of Groups. 5 Discrimination Against Out-group Members in Helping Situations ( Donald A. Saucier, Jessica L. McManus, and Sara J. Smith ). 6 Receiving Help: Consequences for the Recipient ( Samer Halabi and Arie Nadler ). 7 Turning to Others in Times of Change: Social Identity and Coping with Stress ( Jolanda Jetten, S. Alexander Haslam, Aarti Iyer, and Catherine Haslam ). 8 Volunteering Across the Life Span: Doing Well by Doing Good ( Jane Allyn Piliavin ). Part III: Intervention Strategies: Targeting Individuals, Groups and Organizations. 9 Perspective Taking and Intergroup Helping ( Mark H. Davis and Angela T. Maitner ). 10 Recategorization and Prosocial Behavior: Common Ingroup Identity and a Dual Identity ( John F. Dovidio, Samuel L. Gaertner, Nurit Shnabel, Tamar Saguy, and James Johnson ). 11 Groups, Identities and Bystander Behavior: How Group Processes Can Be Used to Promote Helping ( Mark Levine and Clare Cassidy ). 12 Influences of Psychological Sense of Community on Voluntary Helping and Prosocial Action ( Allen M. Omoto and Mark Snyder ). 13 Empowering the Volunteer Organization: What Volunteer Organizations can do to Recruit, Content, and Retain Volunteers ( Naomi Ellemers and Edwin J. Boezeman ). Part IV: The Broader Picture: Political and Societal Implications. 14 Interpersonal and Intergroup Helping Relations as Power Relations: Implications for Real-world Helping ( Arie Nadler ). 15 Beyond Help: A Social Psychology of Collective Solidarity and Social Cohesion ( Stephen Reicher and S. Alexander Haslam ). 16 Cross-group Helping: Perspectives on Why and Why Not ( Stephen C. Wright and Norann T. Richard ). 17 Helping Disadvantaged Out-Groups Challenge Unjust Inequality: The Role of Group-Based Emotions ( Aarti Iyer and Colin Wayne Leach ). References. List of Tables. List of Figures. Author Index. Subject Index.

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  • List of Contributors Acknowledgments Introduction: The Psychological Study of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations in Prosocial Behavior: Past, Present, Future: Stefan Sturmer (FernUniversitat Hagen) and Mark Snyder (University of Minnesota). Part I: Motivations for Helping In-Group and Out-Group Members: 1. The Tribal Instinct Hypothesis: Evolution and the Social Psychology of Intergroup Relations: Mark van Vugt (University of Kent at Canterbury) and Justin H. Park (University of Groningen, The Netherlands). 2. Helping "Us" versus "Them": Towards a Group-Level Theory of Helping and Altruism Within and Across Group Boundaries: Stefan Sturmer (FernUniversitat Hagen) and Mark Snyder (University of Minnesota). 3. Stigmas and Prosocial Behavior: Are People Reluctant to Help Stigmatized Persons?: John B. Pryor (Illinois State University), Glenn D. Reeder (Illinois State University), Andrew E. Monroe (University of Oregon), and Arati Patel (Illinois State University). 4. The Strategic Side of Out-Group Helping: Esther van Leeuwen (Free University Amsterdam) and Susanne Tauber (Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena). Part II: Consequences of Giving or Receiving Help in the Context of Groups: 5. Discrimination Against Out-Group Members in Helping Situations: Donald A. Saucier (Kansas State University), Jessica L. McManus (Kansas State University), and Sara J. Smith (Kansas State University). 6. Receiving Help: Consequences for the Recipient: Samer Halabi (Zefat Academic College) and Arie Nadler (Tel Aviv University). 7. Turning to Others in Times of Change: Social Identity and Coping with Stress: Jolanda Jetten (University of Queensland/University of Exeter), S. Alexander Haslam (University of Exeter), Aarti Iyer (University of Queensland), and Catherine Haslam (University of Exeter). 8. Volunteering Across the Life Span: Doing Well by Doing Good: Jane Allyn Piliavin (Professor Emerita, University of Wisconsin-Madison). Part III: Intervention Strategies: Targeting Individuals, Groups, and Organizations: 9. Perspective Taking and Intergroup Helping: Mark H. Davis (Eckerd College) and Angela T. Maitner (University of Kent). 10. Recategorization and Prosocial Behavior: Common In-Group Identity and a Dual Identity: John F. Dovidio (Yale University), Samuel L. Gaertner (University of Delaware), Nurit Shnabel (Yale University), Tamar Saguy (University of Connecticut), and James Johnson (University of North Carolina). 11. Groups, Identities, and Bystander Behavior: How Group Processes Can Be Used to Promote Helping: Mark Levine (Lancaster University) and Clare Cassidy (deceased, formerly University of St. Andrews). 12. Influences of Psychological Sense of Community on Voluntary Helping and Prosocial Action: Allen M. Omoto (Claremont Graduate University) and Mark Snyder (University of Minnesota). 13. Empowering the Volunteer Organization: What Volunteer Organizations Can Do to Recruit, Content, and Retain Volunteers: Naomi Ellemers (Leiden University) and Edwin J. Boezeman (Leiden University). Part IV: The Broader Picture: Political and Societal Implications: 14. Interpersonal and Intergroup Helping Relations as Power Relations: Implications for Real-World Helping: Arie Nadler (Tel Aviv University). 15. Beyond Help: A Social Psychology of Collective Solidarity and Social Cohesion: Stephen Reicher (University of St. Andrews) and S. Alexander Haslam (University of Exeter). 16. Cross-Group Helping: Perspectives on Why and Why Not: Stephen C. Wright (Simon Fraser University) and Norann T. Richard (Simon Fraser University). 17. Helping Disadvantaged Out-Groups Challenge Unjust Inequality: The Role of Group-Based Emotions: Aarti Iyer (University of Queensland) and Colin Wayne Leach (University of Connecticut). Bibliography. Author Index. Subject Index.

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書名 The psychology of prosocial behavior : group processes, intergroup relations, and helping
著作者等 Snyder, Mark
Stürmer, Stefan
Sturmer Stefan
出版元 Wiley-Blackwell
刊行年月 c2010
ページ数 x, 450 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 9781405178808
9781405178815
NCID BA91148369
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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