Social Identity Processes in Organizational Contexts

Social Identity Processes in Organizational Contexts

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Edited by Michael A. Hogg, Edited by Deborah J. Terry

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  • Publisher: Psychology Press Ltd
  • Format: Paperback | 354 pages
  • Dimensions: 156mm x 232mm x 20mm | 522g
  • Publication date: 16 January 2003
  • Publication City/Country: Hove
  • ISBN 10: 1841690570
  • ISBN 13: 9781841690575
  • Illustrations note: 1, black & white illustrations
  • Sales rank: 879,382

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This new volume is the first to bring together social and organizational psychologists to explore social identity theory in organizational contexts. The chapters are wide ranging - they deal with basic social identity theory, organizational diversity, leadership, employee turnover, mergers and acquisitions, organizational identification, cooperation and trust in organizations, commitment and work, and socialization and influence within organizations. This book is an integrative platform for a closer relationship between social psychologists and organizational psychologists who study social identity processes in organizations.

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Table of contents

M.A. Hogg, D.J. Terry, Social Identity Theory and Organizational Processes. M.G. Pratt, Social Identity Dynamics in Modern Organizations: An Organizational Psychology/Organizational Behavior Perspective. B.E. Ashforth, S.A. Johnson, Which Hat to Wear?: The Relative Salience of Multiple Identities in Organizational Contexts. S. Brickson, M.B. Brewer, Identity Orientation and Intergroup Relations in Organizations. M. Hewstone, R. Martin, C. Hammer-Hewstone, R. Crisp, A. Voci, Majority-minority Relations in Organizations: Challenges and Opportunities. R. Moreland, J. Levine, J. McMinn, Self-categorization and Work Group Socialization. N. Ellemers, Social Identity, Commitment, and Work Behavior. C. Bartel, J. Dutton, Ambiguous Organizational Memberships: Constructing Organizational Identities in Interactions with Others. D. Abrams, G. Randsley de Moura, Organizational Identification: Psychological Anchorage and Turnover. T. Tyler, Cooperation in Organizations: A Social Identity Perspective. R.M. Kramer, Identity and Trust in Organizations: One Anatomy of a Productive but Problematic Relation. J.T. Jost, K.D. Elsbach, How Status and Power Differences Erode Personal and Social Identities at Work: A System Justification Critique of Organizational Applications of Social Identity Theory. M.A. Hogg, Social Identification, Group Prototypicality, and Emergent Leadership. S.A. Haslam, M.J. Platow, Your Wish is Our Command: The Role of Shared Social Identity in Translating a Leader's Vision into Follower's Action. D.J. Terry, Intergroup Relations and Organizational Mergers. D. van Knippenberg, E. van Leeuwen, Organizational Identity after a Merger: Sense of Continuity as the Key to Post-merger Identification. S. Gaertner, B. Bachman, J. Dovidio, B. Banker, Corporate Mergers and Stepfamily Marriages: Identity, Harmony, and Commitment.