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Social identity is that aspect of self image which arises from a social context provided by, for example, in group or ethnic values and membership of such groups.
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'''Social identity''' is that aspect of self image which arises from a social context provided by, for example, in group or ethnic values and membership of such groups. [[Social identity theory]] addresses many of the issue surrounding this topic.
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
*[[Professional identity]]
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*[[Basking in reflected glory]]
 
*[[Ethnic identity]]
 
*[[Ethnic identity]]
 
*[[Ethnocentrism]]
 
*[[Ethnocentrism]]
 
*[[Minority groups]]
 
*[[Minority groups]]
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*[[Professional identity]]
 
*[[Reference groups]]
 
*[[Reference groups]]
 
*[[Self concept]]
 
*[[Self concept]]
 
*[[Social identity model of deindividuation effects]]
 
*[[Social identity model of deindividuation effects]]
*[[Social identity theory]]
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==Further reading==
 
==Further reading==

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Social identity is that aspect of self image which arises from a social context provided by, for example, in group or ethnic values and membership of such groups. Social identity theory addresses many of the issue surrounding this topic.

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Further readingEdit

  • Kurzban, R., & Leary, M. R. (2001). Evolutionary origins of stigmatization: The functions of social exclusion. Psychological Bulletin, 127(2), 187-208. Full text

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