The Psychology of Legitimacy (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
494
Utgivningsdatum
2001-09-01
Förlag
Cambridge University Press
Medarbetare
Major, Brenda
Illustratör/Fotograf
15 tables 30 diagrams 1halftone
Illustrationer
30d.15tabs. 1halftone
Dimensioner
230 x 154 x 30 mm
Vikt
680 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
23:B&W 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam
ISBN
9780521786997
The Psychology of Legitimacy (häftad)

The Psychology of Legitimacy

Emerging Perspectives on Ideology, Justice, and Intergroup Relations

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This book, first published in 2001, summarizes and integrates the best social scientific research in a previously neglected but rapidly emerging interdisciplinary field seeking to understand processes of legitimation and de-legitimation in social relations. Contributors are leading researchers in sociology, psychology, political science, and organizational behavior, and the themes they cover are overlapping and mutually informative. The book is constructed primarily around the authors and their theories, and there is an uncommon degree of cross talk amongst the authors. The chapters converge on key questions concerning the ways in which people construct ideological justifications or rationalizations for their own actions and for the actions of others taken on behalf of valued groups and systems. The result is a general approach to the psychological basis of social inequality, which may be applied to distinctions of race, gender, social class, occupational status, and many other forms of inequality.
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"An ambitious collection...a masterly overview of the latest research on the psychological, sociological, and organizational development theories of legitimacy...will provide students of organizational studies with a valuable introduction to the psychology of legitimacy." Administrative Science Quarterly

"Compiles much of the best current research on legitimacy processes...An important book...Any researcher involved in the serious study of legitimacy processes and everyone who wants to better understand how legitimacy affects individual and collective behavior should read this book." Contemporary Sociology

"Introduces psychologists and social psychologists to exciting work in the area of legitimacy from the perspective of the individual." Social Justice Research

"Collects varied perspectives on the social-psychological processes, among both the advantaged and the disadvantaged, that shore up this wall around the status quo...Can be usefully applied in many contexts." Civil Rights Journal

"This is an important book. Any researcher involved in the serious study of legitimacy processes and everyone who wants to better understand how legitimacy affects individual and collective behavior should read this book." Contemporary Psychology

"This book is exhaustively researched and referenced and, as a whole, creates a substantial foundation for future research." Administrative Science Quarterly

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Part I: Introduction: 1. Emerging perspectives on the psychology of legitimacy John T. Jost and Brenda Major; Part II. Historical Perspectives on Sociological and Psychological Theories of Legitimacy: 2. Theories of legitimacy Morris Zelditch, Jr; 3. Reflections on social and psychological processes of legitimization and delegitimization Herbert C. Kelman; Part III. Cognitive and Perceptual Processes in the Appraisal of Legitimacy: 4. A perceptual theory of legitimacy: policies, prejudice, social institutions, and moral value Chris Crandall and Ryan Beasley; 5. Blame it on the group: entitativity, subjective essentialism, and social attribution Vincent Yzerbyt and Anouk Rogier; 6. Status vs. quo: naive realism and the search for social change and perceived legitimacy Robert J. Robinson and Laura Kray; Part IV. The Tolerance of Injustice: Implications for Self and Society: 7. Tolerance and personal deprivation James M. Olson and Carolyn Hafer; 8. Legitimacy and the construal of social advantage Brenda Major and Toni Schmader; 9. Individual upward mobility and the perceived legitimacy of intergroup relations Naomi Ellemers; 10. Restricted intergroup boundaries: tokenism, ambiguity and the tolerance of injustice Stephen C. Wright; Part V. Sterotyping, Ideology and the Legitimation of Inequality: 11. The emergence of status beliefs: from structural inequality to legitimizing ideology Cecilia L. Ridgeway; 12. Ambivalent stereotypes as legitimizing ideologies: differentiating paternalistic and envious prejudice Peter Glick and Susan T. Fiske; 13. Legitimizing ideologies: the social dominance approach Jim Sidanius, Shana Levin, Christopher M. Federico, and Felicia Pratto; 14. The (il)legitimacy of intergroup bias: from social reality to social resistance Russell Spears, Jolanda Jetten and Bertjan Doosje; 15. Conflicts of legitimation among self, group, and system: the integrative potential of system justification theory John T. Jost, Diana Burgess and Cristina Mosso; Part VI. Institutional and Organizational Processes of Legitimation: 16. The architecture of legitimacy: constructing accounts of organizational controversies Kimberly D. Elsbach; 17. A psychological perspective on the legitimacy of institutions and authorities Tom R. Tyler; 18. License to kill: violence and legitimacy in expropriative social relations Mary R. Jackman.