Language-Based Approaches to the Formation, Maintenance, and Transformation of Stereotypes
"I think it is critically important for social psychologists to focus more on the influence of language and communication across the areas within the discipline, and I believe this volume will stand as a milestone in the movement of social psychology back to studying human interaction." - David Roskos-Ewoldsen, Ph.D., University of Alabama "The authors are all outstanding ... The chapters are timely and important." - Charles Stangor, Ph.D., University of Maryland " Kashima et al. achieve their goals for this volume The reader is left with a new appreciation for the social nature of stereotyping, as well as an awareness of the limitations of a strict social cognition perspective I would recommend this volume for the editors intended audience of advanced scholars and students in social psychology, linguistics, and communication." Matthew L. Newman, PsycCRITIQUES I think it is critically important for social psychologists to focus more on the influence of language and communication across the areas within the discipline, and I believe this volume will stand as a milestone in the movement of social psychology back to studying human interaction. David Roskos-Ewoldsen, Ph.D . University of Alabama The authors are all outstanding...The chapters are timely and important. Charles Stangor, Ph.D. University of Maryland
Yoshihisa Kashima, Klaus Fiedler, Peter Freytag
Y. Kashima, K. Fiedler, P. Freytag, Stereotype Dynamics: An Introduction and Overview. Part 1. Stereotype Dynamics.G. Semin, Stereotypes in the Wild. V. Yzerbyt, A. Carnaghi, Stereotype Change in the Social Context. A. Lyons, A. Clark, Y. Kashima, T. Kurz, Cultural Dynamics of Stereotyping. Part 2. Symbolic Mediation and Stereotyping.K. Fiedler, M. Blmke, P. Freytag, S. Koch, C. Unkelbach, A Semiotic Approach to Understanding the Role of Communication in Stereotyping. A. Carnaghi, A. Maass, Derogatory Language in Intergroup Context: Are Gay and Fag Synonymous? S. Sczesny, J. Bosak, A.B. Diekman, J. Twenge, Dynamics of Sex Role Stereotypes. Part 3. Stereotype and Language Use.C. Wenneker, D. Wigboldus, Interpersonal Consequences and Intrapersonal Underpinnings of the Linguistic Expectancy Bias. K.M. Douglas, R.M. Sutton, C. McGarty, Strategic Language Use in Interpersonal and Intergroup Communication. P. Freytag, Sender-Receiver-Constellations as a Moderator of Linguistic Abstraction Biases. Part 4. Stereotype Sharedness and Distinctiveness.M. Karasawa, S. Suga, Retention and Transmission of Socially Shared Beliefs: The Role of Linguistic Abstraction in Stereotypic Communication. O. Klein, S. Tindale, M. Brauer, The Consensualization of Stereotypes in Small Groups. F. Pratto, P.J. Hegarty, J.D. Korchmaros, How Communication Practices and Category Norms Lead People to Stereotype Particular People and Groups. Part 5. Identity, Self-Regulation, and Stereotyping.M. Hornsey, Intergroup Sensitivity Effect: Responses to Criticisms of Groups. R.M. Sutton, K.M. Douglas, T.J. Elder, M. Tarrant, Social Identity and Social Convention in Responses to Criticisms of Groups. J. Keller, H. Bless, Communicating Stereotype Expectancies: The Interplay of Stereotype Threat and Regulatory Focus.