Symposia: 221/134 - Identity multiplicity and its outcomes in context: A European comparative perspective

Friday 7 July
11.10 - 12.50 h.
Manuel Falla
This symposium contextualizes identity multiplicity among ethnic minorities in Europe, asking in which intergroup contexts multiple identities are more compatible (paper 1 & 2) and dual identifiers more likely to be high performers (study 3) and politically engaged (study 3).

 

Chair
Fenella Fleischmann
Associate Professor. Ercomer. Utrecht University. Utrecht. The Netherlands.

 

221/13401 Identity multiplicity among minority youth: examining conflict vs. compatibility between ethnic, religious and national identity

(1) Fleischmann, Fenella; (2) Leszcsensky, Lars; (3) Pink, Sebastian

(1) Associate Professor, Ercomer, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands; (2) Postdoctoral researcher, MZES, University of Mannheim, Mannheim, Germany; (3) PhD researcher, MZES, University of Mannheim, Mannheim, Germany

221/13402 Being a Muslim and a Citizen: Dual Identities of Minority Youth in five European countries

(1) Phalet, Karen; (2) Fleischmann, Fenella

(1) Professor, CSCP, University of Leuven, Leuven, Belgium; (2) Associate Professor, Ercomer, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands

221/13403 Dual identity threat vs. affirmation for minority school performance

(1) Baysu, Gülseli; (2) Celeste, Laura

(1) Associate Professor, Kadir Has University, Istanbul, Turkey; (2) PhD researcher, CSCP, University of Leuven, Leuven, Belgium

221/13404 Dual identity and the support for minority rights: The moderating role of identity acceptance

(1) Verkuyten, Maykel

(1) Professor, Ercomer, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands

221/13405 Discussion

(1) Brewer, Marilynn

(1) Professor Emerita, Ohio State University, US & Honorary Professor, University of New South Wales, Australia