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yves Dejaeghere

on 24 September 2011

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Transcript of Locs

Theorieën Data Methoden Uitnodigen? Algemene Interesse Hoe kristalliseren bepaalde
eigenschappen tot een sociale identiteit?
Onder welke omstandigheden worden deze identiteiten
saillant om maatschappelijke praktijken
rond te organiseren (i.e. discriminatie in zijn ruimste zin) Sociaal-psychologisch
Contacthypothese (Allport/Pettigrew) & SIT (Tajfel/Brewer) Postmodernisme
Beck - Bauman Nationalisme
Taylor - Anderson - Gellner (maar ook bijv. Veblen) Communities are to be distingiushed, not by their falsity/genuineness, but by the style in which they are imagined Five steps of categorization (Allport, 1954)
1. it forms large classes for guiding our daily judgments
2. It assimilates as much as it can to the cluster
3. It enables to quickly identify a related object
4. The category saturates all that it contains with the same ideational and emotional flavour
5. Categories may be more or less rational kwantitatieve data-analyse kwalitatieve interviews wil gaan naar: experimentele methoden Belgian Political Panel Study (BPPS) M. Brewer
W. Schinkel Mogelijke LOCS-papers? combinaties organisatie - identiteit - afkomst - ethnocentrisme rekening houden met schoolniveau of woonplaats
of regio / provincie / stedelijkheid 16 jaar / 18 jaar of evolutie tussen beide On the one hand individualization means disintegration of previously existing social forms - for example the increasing fragility of such categories as class and social status, gender roles, family neighbourhood etc. [...]
Wherever such tendencies towards distintegration show themselves the question also arises: which new modes of life are coming into being where the old ones, ordained by religion, tradition and state, are braking down?
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