When imagining intergroup contact mobilizes collective action: The perspective of disadvantaged and advantaged groups

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2019-03

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Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd

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info:eu-repo/semantics/closedAccess

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The current studies aimed to reveal the potential role of imagined intergroup contact on collective action tendencies within a context of intergroup conflict. Study 1 (disadvantaged Kurds, N = 80) showed that imagined contact increased collective action tendencies and this effect was mediated by increased perceived discrimination and ethnic identification. Study 2 (advantaged Turks, N = 127) demonstrated that imagined contact also directly increased collective action tendencies, as well as perceived discrimination and relative deprivation among the advantaged group. No significant mediation emerged. At the same time, in line with literature, imagined contact led only the advantaged group members to display more positive outgroup attitudes. Findings suggest that in settings where ingroup identities and conflict are salient, imagined contact may not readily undermine motivation for social change among group members.

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Imagined contact, Collective action, Discrimination, Attitudes, Identification, Conflict, Social identity model, Prejudice-reduction, Metaanalytic test, Minority, Members, Majority, Friendships

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International Journal of Intercultural Relations

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69

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Bağcı Hemşinlioğlu, S. Ç., Stathi, S. & Piyale, Z. E. (2019). When imagining intergroup contact mobilizes collective action: The perspective of disadvantaged and advantaged groups. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 69, 32-43. doi:10.1016/j.ijintrel.2018.12.003