Symposia: 221/92 - Does Intergroup Contact Undermine Social Change?: New Insights

Wednesday 5 July
11.10 - 12.50 h.
Picasso
This symposium provides new insights into when, why, and for whom cross-group contact acts as a facilitator or a barrier to social change and highlights the complexity of contact effects with respect to social change efforts.

 

Chair
Nicole Tausch
Psychologist. Reader. School Of Psychology and Neuroscience. University of St Andrews. Scotland.

 

221/9201 When Intergroup Contact Reduces Support for Social Change among Minorities: The Role of Reinterpreted Identities

(1) Pereira, Adrienne; (2) Green, Eva

(1) Psychologist. Institute of Psychology, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, University of Lausanne; (2) Psychologist. Institute of Psychology, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, University of Lausanne

221/9202 Effects of Majority Members’ Positive Contact on Minority Members’ Support for Ingroup Rights: (De)Mobilizing Effects?

(1) Christ, Oliver; (2) Kauff, Mathias; (3) Green, Eva; (4) Schmid, Katharina; (5) Hewstone, Miles

(1) Psychologist. FernUniversität Hagen, Germany; (2) Psychologist. FernUniversität Hagen, Germany; (3) Psychologist. Institute of Psychology, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, University of Lausanne; (4) Assistant Professor, Department of People Management and Organisation in ESADE. Spain.; (5) Psychologist. University of Oxford. UK

221/9203 Positive Cross-Group Contact: The Role of Supportive Contact in Empowering Collective Action

(1) Wright, Stephen; (2) Droogendyk, Lisa; (3) Qin, Siyu; (4) Louis, Winnifred

(1) Psychologist. Simon Fraser University. Canada.; (2) Psychologist. Sheridan College. Canada.; (3) Psychologist. Simon Fraser University. Canada.; (4) Psychologist. University of Queensland. Australia.

221/9204 Intergroup Contact Increases Support for Symbolic but not Material Forms of Equality: A Longitudinal Analysis

(1) Sengupta, Nikhil; (2) Barlow, Fiona Kate; (3) Sibley, Chris G.

(1) Psychologist. University of Auckland. New Zealand.; (2) Psychologist. University of Queensland. Australia.; (3) Psychologist. University of Auckland. New Zealand.

221/9205 Becoming Allies: Cross-group Contact and Solidarity among Members of Advantaged Groups

(1) Tausch, Nicole; (2) Górska, Paulina; (3) Saguy, Tamar; (4) Lolliot, Simon; (5) Bilewicz, Michal; (6) Bryson, Jeff

(1) Psychologist. University of St Andrews. Scotland; (2) Psychologist. Univertsity of Warsaw. Poland.; (3) Psychologist. IDC Herzilya. Israel.; (4) Psychologist. University of Oxford. UK; (5) Psychologist. Univertsity of Warsaw. Poland.; (6) Psychologist. San Diego State University. United States.