Social Identities. Part II

Wednesday, July 16, 2014: 10:30 AM-12:20 PM
Room: Harbor Lounge A
RC42 Social Psychology (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizer:
Dahlia MOORE, College of Management, Israel
How Many Similarities and How Many Differences? the Nature of National Identity in a United Europe (Oral Presentation)
Piotr RADKIEWICZ, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Racial Identity and Psychological Well-Being Among African Americans and Whites (Oral Presentation)
K Jill KIECOLT, Virginia Tech, USA; Michael HUGHES, Virginia Tech, USA

Identifying and Reducing The Anti-Japanese Prejudice By Koreans In Job Hiring Decisions (Oral Presentation)
Seiji TAKAKU, Soka University of America, USA

“They're Doing Their Own Things”: Identity Processes in Fatherhood (Oral Presentation)
Jessica COLLETT, University of Notre Dame, USA; Kelcie MILLER, University of Notre Dame, USA; Olevia BOYKIN, University of Notre Dame, USA

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