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The role of in-group identification, religious group membership and intergroup conflict in moderating in-group and out-group affect.

Abstract:

We conducted secondary analyses of data from two random samples of the population of Northern Ireland, involving 1046 participants in 2000, and 1000 participants in 200 1, to explore the role of in-group identity and religious group membership in moderating the relationship between in-group and out-group affect. In both surveys the results indicated a general in-group bias - feeling thermometer ratings (affect) for the in-group exceeded those for the out-group. This effect was moderated by pa...

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10.1348/014466605x69850

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Kenworthy, J More by this author
Campbell, A More by this author
Hewstone, M More by this author
Journal:
The British journal of social psychology / the British Psychological Society
Volume:
45
Issue:
Pt 4
Pages:
701-716
Publication date:
2006-12-05
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EISSN:
2044-8309
ISSN:
0144-6665
URN:
uuid:8f179a4a-e00f-4f38-8e56-f9a3b8a44086
Source identifiers:
28882
Local pid:
pubs:28882

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