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WHAT DOES IN-GROUP MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Ingroups and outgroups
In sociology and social psychology, an ingroup is a social group to which a person psychologically identifies as being a member. By contrast, an outgroup is a social group to which an individual does not identify. For example, people may find it psychologically meaningful to view themselves according to their race, culture, gender, caste or religion. It has been found that the psychological membership of social groups and categories is associated with a wide variety of phenomena. The terminology was made popular by Henri Tajfel and colleagues during his work in formulating social identity theory. The significance of ingroup and outgroup categorization was identified using a method called the minimal group paradigm. Tajfel and colleagues found that people can form self preferencing ingroups within a matter of minutes and that such groups can form even on the basis of seemingly trivial characteristics, such as preferences for certain paintings.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «IN-GROUP» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «IN-GROUP»
Discover the use of in-group in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to in-group and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Featuring strategies for solving the puzzles and computations illustrated using the SAGE open-source computer algebra system, the second edition of Adventures in Group Theory is perfect for mathematics enthusiasts and for use as a ...
David Joyner, 2008
Problems inGroup Theory
265 challenging problems in all phases of group theory, gathered for the most part from papers published since 1950, although some classics are included.
Advances inGroup Processes
It is the only edited volume of its kind explicitly devoted to group related phenomena and brings together diverse papers on the subject from a wide range of fields. The series adopts a broad conception of "group processes.
Shane R. Thye, Edward Lawler, 2011
Dreams inGroup Psychotherapy: Theory and Technique
Despite the variety of sources, the clinical approaches described complement each other, and the book details many case studies, including a first dream in the group, an unconscious meeting between women and men, and other polarities within ...
This comprehensive yet concise guide provides 101 short chapters written by 78 leading well-recognized practitioners explaining step-by-step exactly what to do to provide an effective intervention when something arises in group therapy.
Scott Simon Fehr, 2012
The Refugee Concept inGroup Situations
(Ii) The UNHCR Statute.
Ivor C. Jackson, 1999
Slang & Sociability: In-group Language Among College Students
Connie Eble refutes this notion as she reveals the sources, poetry, symbolism, and subtlety of informal slang expressions. <p
Connie C. Eble, 1996
Topological Methods inGroup Theory
The book focuses on two main themes: 1. Topological Finiteness Properties of groups (generalizing the classical notions of "finitely generated" and "finitely presented"); 2.