Author: Rupert Brown, Samuel L. Gaertner
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell (December 13, 2002)
The social psychology of intergroup processes has a long and venerable history. As evidenced by this volume, our understanding of intergroup phenomena is rich, complex, and ripe with possibility in both scientific and social terms. At the heart of all this lies one pivotal process without which the modern social psychology of intergroup relations is almost impossible to imagine – categorization. We can define categorization as “the process of understanding what some thing is by knowing what other things it is equivalent to and what other things it is different from” (McGarty, 1999, p. 1).
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