Group Processes and Structural Social Psychology

Tuesday, 12 July 2016: 09:00-10:30
Location: Hörsaal 4C KS (Neues Institutsgebäude (NIG))
RC42 Social Psychology (host committee)

Language: English

We seek papers from the group processes and structural social psychology tradition that explore group encounters and micro-level interaction. Topics include, but are certainly not limited to, processes of power, status, justice, exchange, legitimation, attribution, and all other things related to mutual and/or reciprocal social action governed by micro-structures. 
We also strongly encourage presentations with an international bent, such as cultural and sub-cultural comparisons of group structures, identity and emotion-based group systems. Both empirical and theoretical papers are welcome, including papers that focus on methodological advances. And we promote and will accept papers from both basic and applied perspectives.
Session Organizer:
Alison BIANCHI, University of Iowa, USA
Identity, Exchange Networks, and the Emergence of Inequality
Jan STETS, University of California, Riverside, USA; Scott SAVAGE, University of Houston, USA; Peter BURKE, University of California, Riverside, USA; Phoenicia FARES, University of California, Riverside, USA
The Emergence of Inequality in Task Groups: How Task Type Affects Interaction Dynamics.
Ann SHELLY, Ashland University, USA; Robert SHELLY, Ohio University, USA
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