Children and Social Exclusion Morality, Prejudice, and Group Identity

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ISBN-13: 9781405176514

Edition: 2011

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Book details

List price: $167.95
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Limited
Publication date: 4/18/2011
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 246
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.144

Series Editor's Preface
Preface
Introduction: Exclusion and Inclusion in Children's Lives
Theories of Social Cognition, Social Relationships, and Exclusion
Types of Exclusion
Goals of the Book
Summary
The Emergence of Morality in Childhood
Morality in Childhood
What Morality is Not
Criteria, Definitions, and Measurements of Morality
Morality Encompasses Judgment, Emotions, Individuals, and Groups
Social Precursors of Moral Judgment
Moral Judgment and Interaction in Childhood
Morality as Justice
Social Domain Model of Social and Moral Judgment
Moral Generalizability
Morality in the Context of Other Social Concepts: Multifaceted Events
Morality and Theory of Mind
Morality and Social-Cognitive Development
Summary
Emergence of Social Categorization and Prejudice
Social Categorization as a Precursor of Prejudice
Explicit Biases in Young Children
Cognitive Developmental Approach to Prejudice Development
Development of Implicit Biases
Relation of Implicit Bias to Judgment and Behavior: Is it Prejudice?
Summary
Group Identity and Prejudice
Is Group Identity Good or Bad?
Social Identity Theory
Social Identity Development Theory
Theory of Social Mind and the Control of Prejudice
Moral or Group Norms and the Control of Prejudice
Processes Underlying the Control of Prejudice
Developmental Subjective Group Dynamics
Morality and Group Identity
Summary
What We Know about Peer Relations and Exclusion
Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Exclusion: Social Traits and Individual Differences
Intragroup and Intergroup Exclusion: Ingroup/Outgroup, Identity
Social Reasoning and Exclusion
Gender Exclusion in Early Childhood: Okay or Unfair?
Comparing Gender and Racial Exclusion: Group Goals and Qualifications
Interviewing Ethnic Minority and Majority Children and Adolescents about Exclusion
Social Reasoning about Exclusion in Adolescence: Crowds, Cliques, and Networks
Social Reasoning about Sexual Prejudice
Exclusion in Interracial Encounters: Lunch Table, Birthday Parties, and Dating
Gender Exclusion in the Family Context: Children's Views about Parental Expectations
Summary
Intragroup and Intergroup Exclusion: An In-depth Study
Group Dynamics: Conceptions of Groups in the Context of Exclusion
Group Dynamics: Group Identity, Group-Specific Norms, Domain-Specific Norms
Group-Specific Norms
Deviance in Social Groups
Group Identity
Implications for Group Identity in Childhood
Summary
Peer Exclusion and Group Identity Around the World: The Role of Culture
Cultural Context of Exclusion
Long-Standing Intergroup Cultural Conflicts
Cultures with Intractable and Violent Conflict
Recently Immigrated Groups
Intergroup Exclusion Based on Indigenous Groups
Summary
Increasing Inclusion, Reducing Prejudice, and Promoting Morality
Intergroup Contact and Reducing Prejudice
Intergroup Contact and Children
Cross-group Friendships and Prejudice
Intergroup Contact and Minority Status Children
Reducing Implicit Biases through Intergroup Contact
Reducing Prejudice through Extended Intergroup Contact
Promoting Inclusion through the Mass Media
Intergroup Contact and Promoting Moral Reasoning in Children
Multicultural Education and Social Exclusion
Factors that Reduce Childhood Bias
Summary
Integration of Morality, Prejudice, and Group Identity: A New Perspective on Social Exclusion
Theories about Peer Relationships
Theories about Social Exclusion
Children as Active Participants
Judgments, Beliefs, Attitudes, Attributions of Emotions, and Behavior
Implicit and Indirect Measures of Prejudice and Exclusion
An Integrative Social-Cognitive Developmental Perspective on Social Exclusion
Social Experience Factors that Promote Inclusion
Exclusion and Prejudice
Summary
References
Index
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