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Személyes és csoporthatalom

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Denes Szeman

on 11 April 2013

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Transcript of Személyes és csoporthatalom

Polities change, oppression remains oppression
interpersonal level
international level
psychological mechanisms: learned helplessness, surplus powerlessness, internalization of hegemonic self-rejeting views, obedience authority
political perspective
minitheory Polities Change, Oppression Remains: On the Psychology and Politics of Oppression
Prilleltensky and Lev Gonick oppression - state or process
with political and psychological dimensions
internal (personal censor) - external (deprive of benefit of self-determination, distributive justice, democratic participation)
political oppression
psychological oppression
self-determination values
distributive justice values
collaboration and democratic participation values
reciprocal empowerment
oppression (antithesis of recip. emp.)
native people
media image
moral values
(model: opp., dom., rec.emp. in the 3 values)
most desirable state and process: reciprocal empowerment
voice (womens possibility to self-determinate) defining oppression, domination and reciprocal empowerment intrapersonal
internalization of negative conceptions of the self
surplus powerlessness
obedience ot authority
internalization of images of inferiority
pessimistic explanatory style
surplus powerlessness politics and psychology of oppression conscientization
psychopolitical education
evolution of critical consciousness
collective action
emancipatory mentality overcoming oppression overcoming oppression Tom R. Tyler Legitimacy and Legitimation Személyes és csoporthatalom legitimacy - authorities, institutions, social arrangement - appropriate, proper, just differencies in authority, power, status and wealth
intergroup relations
psychology of stereotyping
social identity
social influence
power - shaper behaviour
deserve to rule and make decision
authority system legitimacy
who made the decision and how
should, ought ot, has to right
resource, punish rule
Weber - social norms
legitimating ideology - justification or legitimizing myths
traditional authority, charismatic authority, rational bureaucratic authority legitimacy in psychology Lewin - leadership style
Milgram és Kelman - legitimate authority
Thibaut - decision acceptance (fairness of procedures)
implicit impact legitimacy and the dynamics of authority
groups (more legitimate - more identify)
procedural justice - fair procedures legitimacy as a system-level attribute
democratic governence
legitimacy of the state
organizational legimimacy
companies, firms - investor behaviour
reservoir of support
procedural justice - in legal, political, managerial settings
work setting - 4 aspect of procedure in procedural justice: organization-level decision making, organization-level interpersonal treatment, supervisor-level decision-making, supervisor-level interpersonal treatment
participatory style of leadership
collective legitimacy
allocator (internal and external attirbutions)
promotion procedures, outcomes
social science citation index
justice - truth (verdict) legitimacy and societal mechanisms of resource allocation
social or economic standing
legitimizing myths
economic system
meritocratic explanation
affirmative action legitimacy and intergroup relations
economic, social status differencies
ethnic (minority) groups
legitimating myths
low-status groups
high-status groups
self-select ideologies
institutional selection
differential attrition
system justification theory
complementer stereotypies
ambivalent stereotypies
cognitive and motivational factors
palliative psychological functions
distinguish legitimacy from morality
moralitiy normative status of legitimacy legitimacy as an effective influence strategy
rational actor model (rewards and punishment)
supportive values
conflict theories of society
fainess of procedures
false consciousness
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