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Nationalism, ethnocentrism and personality : a Canadian study

H. D. Forbes

Nationalism, ethnocentrism and personality : a Canadian study

by H. D. Forbes

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Published by University Microfilms International, 1983, c1976. in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nationalism -- Canada,
  • Social psychology -- Canada

  • Edition Notes

    Thesis (Ph.D.)-Yale University, 1976. Bibliography: leaves [626]-667.

    Statementby Hugh Donald Forbes.. --
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. in 1. (xii, 667 leaves).
    Number of Pages667
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21567245M

    Consumer ethnocentrism is derived from the more general psychological concept of lly, ethnocentric individuals tend to view their group as superior to others. As such, they view other groups from the perspective of their own, and reject those that are different and accept those that are similar (Netemeyer et al., ; Shimp & Sharma, ). Ethnocentrism works to reinvigorate the study of ethnocentrism by reconceptualising ethnocentrism as a social, psychological, and attitudinal construct.. Using a broad, multidisciplinary approach to ethnocentrism, the book integrates literature from disciplines such as psychology, political science, sociology, anthropology, biology, and marketing studies to create a novel reorganisation of the Author: Boris Bizumic.

    The Authoritarian Personality (c), by Theodor W. Adorno, Else Frenkel-Brunswik, Daniel J. Levinson, and Nevitt Sanford (PDF files at ) Filed under: Folklore and nationalism The Marrow of Human Experience: Essays on Folklore (Logan, UT: Utah State University Press, c), by William A. Wilson, ed. by Jill Terry Rudy and. Ethnocentrism is used in social sciences and anthropology to describe the act of judging another culture and believing that the values and standards of one's own culture are superior – especially with regard to language, behavior, customs, and religion. These aspects or categories are distinctions that define each ethnicity's unique cultural identity.

    Summary. Ethnocentrism works to reinvigorate the study of ethnocentrism by reconceptualising ethnocentrism as a social, psychological, and attitudinal construct.. Using a broad, multidisciplinary approach to ethnocentrism, the book integrates literature from disciplines such as psychology, political science, sociology, anthropology, biology, and marketing studies to create a novel. Ethnocentrism. See also what's at Wikipedia, your library, or elsewhere.. Broader terms: Cultural relativism; Ethnopsychology; Nationalism; Prejudices; Race; Narrower term: Communalism; Filed under: Ethnocentrism The Authoritarian Personality (c), by Theodor W. Adorno, Else Frenkel-Brunswik, Daniel J. Levinson, and Nevitt Sanford (PDF files at ).


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Nationalism, ethnocentrism and personality : a Canadian study by H. D. Forbes Download PDF EPUB FB2

Forbes begins by carefully explaining their concepts of ethnocentrism and authoritarianism. He then tests their central hypothesis, using data from a survey of attitudes toward nationalism among Canadian students of both French and English extraction. These data were collected during a period of intense debate over nationalism in by: : Nationalism, Ethnocentrism and Personality: Social Science and Critical Theory () by Forbes, H.

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Nationalism, Ethnocentrism and Personality. By H. Forbes. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Pp. x + $) Since the writing of The Authoritarian Per- sonality ina number of attempts have been made to extend the principal themes of that classic work in a way that advances political philosophy.

Forbes's work is anotherAuthor: William P. Kreml. Book Description. Ethnocentrism works to reinvigorate the study of ethnocentrism by reconceptualising ethnocentrism as a social, psychological, and attitudinal construct.

Using a broad, multidisciplinary approach to ethnocentrism, the book integrates literature from disciplines such as psychology, political science, sociology, anthropology, biology, and marketing studies to create a novel.

Ethnocentrism works to reinvigorate the study of ethnocentrism by reconceptualising ethnocentrism as a social, psychological, and attitudinal construct. Using a broad, multidisciplinary approach to ethnocentrism, the book integrates literature from disciplines such as psychology, political science, sociology, anthropology, biology, and marketing studies to create a novel reorganisation of Cited by: 2.

Ethnocentrism works to reinvigorate the study of ethnocentrism by reconceptualising ethnocentrism as a social, psychological, and attitudinal construct.

Using a broad, multidisciplinary approach to ethnocentrism, the book integrates literature from disciplines such as psychology, political science, sociology, anthropology, biology, and marketing studies to create a novel reorganisation of the.

It discusses a history of the study of ethnocentrism across time periods and disciplines. The book also discusses the origins of ethnocentrism, such as those pertaining to fear, self-aggrandisement, social factors, biology and evolution, as well as the consequences of ethnocentrism, such as nationalism, prejudice, and discrimination.

Ethnocentrism is a slippery concept that different disciplines and individuals use in diverse, inconsistent, and incompatible ways. Ethnocentrism is usually defined as a kind of ethnic or cultural. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

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two books: the first by the same name Nationalism, Ethnocentrism and Personality, published by University of Chicago Press and the second Ethnic Conflict, Yale University Press, It also includes documents relating to the book he edited Canadian Political Thought () and.

Theories of ethnocentrism can be broadly categorized according to what they perceive to be the main cause of ethnocentrism. These are threat perceptions, the need for self-aggrandizement, preference for those who are similar over those who are different, proneness to cognitive simplicity, broad social factors, such as social norms and Cited by: 2.

In book: Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences, Publisher: Springer, pp This book works to reinvigorate the study of ethnocentrism by reconceptualising ethnocentrism as a.

Ethnocentrism is one of the fundamental concepts in psychology and the social sciences. The phenomenon of ethnocentrism is widely studied in psychology, often referring to the concept of ethnocentrism itself, and more recently using the concept of ingroup bias, which is “the laboratory analogue of real-world ethnocentrism” (Tajfel & Turner,p.

13).Cited by: Ethnocentrism has made a huge conceptual contribution to the social sciences, but its popularity and usage have somewhat decreased over the last several decades. This book works to reinvigorate the study of ethnocentrism by reconceptualising ethnocentrism as.

Ethnocentrism, Social Identification, and Discrimination Article (PDF Available) in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 25(1) January with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'. -Origins of cross cultural personality research: description of primitive peoples by European explorers, traders, missionaries, etc.

In her book titled "patterns of culture", anthropologist Ruth Benedict explained the congruency between personality and culture in terms of. Ethnocentrism 1. Erin AlkireSamantha GartonMatthew Leonard Leland WoodEthnocentrism 2.

The term was coined by American Yale professor, William Graham SumnerSumner defined ethnocentrism as:What is Ethnocentrism?"[The] view of things in which one´s group is the center of everything, and others are scaled and rated with reference.

Bay, Christian, Ingemund Gullvag, Harold Ofstad, and Herman Tønnessen. Nationalism: A Study of Identifications with People and Power. Oslo: Institute for Social Cited by:. For example, the authoritarian personality research tradition in psychology, led by Theodor W.

Adorno and his colleagues (), saw ethnocentrism as a general frame of mind that is.H. D. Forbes has written: 'Ethnic conflict' -- subject(s): Culture conflict, Ethnocentrism, Critical theory, Ethnic conflict 'Nationalism, ethnocentrism and personality: a Canadian study.Consistent with this perspective, Study 1 confirmed a positive association with ethnocentrism, but nationalism was independent of the motivational component of CQ, which assesses the person's interest and confidence in cross-cultural by: 2.