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Document Type:BL
Record Number:105984
Doc. No:b63533
Title & Author:Communal functions of social comparison /[edited by] Zlatan Krizan, Iowa State University, Frederick X. Gibbons, University of Connecticut.
Page. NO:xiii, 254 pages ;24 cm
ISBN:9780521119498
0521119499
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:Introduction: Communion in social comparison
Continuted from contents note:
Figures; Tables; Contributors; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Communion in social comparison -- Back to the roots; Communal Functions of Social Comparison: An Introduction; On the "Social" in Social Comparison; Back to the Roots (of Social Comparison Theory); Overview of Contributions; Part I: Core Considerations; Part II: Individual Level; Part III: Group Level; Part IV: The Sociocultural Level; Conclusion; References; Part I Core Considerations; 1 Agency and communion in social comparisons; Social Comparisons Are Intrinsically Social
Continuted from contents note: Agency and CommunionComparison Direction; Connective and Contrastive Comparisons and Communal Feelings; Connective and Contrastive Comparisons as Surrounding Attributes; Horizontal Comparisons Guide the Choice of Comparison Targets; Horizontal Comparisons Moderate the Implications of Vertical Comparisons; Interactions and Trade-Offs Between Agency and Communion; Agency and Communion with Desirable and Undesirable Targets; Agency and Communion in Modeling and Conformity; Agency and Communion in Cooperative Relationships; Situational Influences on Communal Motives and Experiences
Continuted from contents note: Effects of Feeling CloseEffects of Interacting; Effects of Target-Attribute; Effects of Research Situations; Summary and Conclusion; References; 2 Social comparison in identity theory; Identity Theory; Defining an Identity; The Identity Process; The Social Comparison Process; Person Identities; Role Identities; Social Identities; Person, Role, and Social Identities: A Postscript; Integrative and Communal Functions; Conclusion; References; 3 When comparisons divide: Invidious emotions and their social control; The Role of Equality in Biological and Social History; The "Egalitarian Caveman"
Continuted from contents note: Civilization and Its InequalitiesEmpirical Work on Emotional Reactions to Inequality; Resentment; Appraisal of an Unfair Disadvantage; Appraisal of Moderate Feasibility; Domain of Inequality: External Conditions; Inferiority; Appraisal of Fair Disadvantage; Domain of Inequality: Dispositional and Very Low Feasibility; Envy; Appraisal of Subjective Unfairness; Appraisal of Low Feasibility; Domain of Inequality: Dispositional or External; Ressentiment; How Societies and Individuals Mitigate Negative Effects of Inequality; Prevention; Rationalization; The Just-World Motive
Continuted from contents note: System Justification TheoryConclusion; References; Part II Individual Level; 4 Sparing others through social comparison; Do Outperformers Care About Sparing Others?; When Do Outperformers Try to Spare Others?; Strategies for Sparing Others; Self-Lowering Strategies for Sparing Others; Self-Lowering Strategies: Do They Work?; Other-Enhancing Strategies for Sparing Others; Other-Enhancing Strategies: Do They Work?; Relationship-Building Strategies for Sparing Others; Relationship-Building Strategies: Do They Work?; Other Strategies for Dealing with STTUC; Strategies Summary
Subject:Social comparison.
Subject:Social groups.
Subject:Communities.
Dewey Classification:‭302.5‬
LC Classification:‭HM716‬‭.C63 2014‬
Added Entry:Krizan, Zlatan.
Gibbons, Frederick X.