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Agency and Communion in Social Psychology

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Abele, Andrea (EDT)   Wojciszke, Bogdan (EDT)

Routledge 2018/09
出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781138570276
eISBN: 9781351336369
KNPID: EY00238342
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What are the ultimate motives that instigate individuals’ behaviours? What are the aims of social perception? How can an individuals’ behaviour be described both from the perspective of the actor and from the perspective of an observer? These are the basic questions that this book addresses using its proposed agency-communion framework. Agency (competence, assertiveness) refers to existence of an organism as an individual, to "getting ahead" and to individual goal-pursuit; communion (warmth, morality) refers to participation of an individual in a larger organism, to "getting along" and to forming bonds.

Each chapter is written by experts in the field and use the agency-communion framework to explore a wide variety of topics, such as stereotypes, self-esteem, personality, power, and politics.

The reader will profit from the deep insights given by leading researchers. The variety of theoretical approaches and empirical contributions shows that the parsimonious and simple structure of two types of content in behavior, motives, personality, self-concept, stereotypes, and more to build an overarching frame to different phenomena studied in psychology.

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction: The Big Two of Agency and Communion as an overarching framework in psychology
  2. Andrea E. Abele & Bogdan Wojciszke

  3. Connect and Strive to Survive and Thrive:
    The Evolutionary Meaning of Communion and Agency
  4. Todd Chan, Iris Wang, & Oscar Ybarra

  5. Agency and communion in social cognition
  6. Bogdan Wojciszke and Andrea E. Abele

  7. Warmth and Competence Are Parallels to Communion and Agency: Stereotype Content Mode
  8. Susan T. Fiske

  9. Agency and Communion in Self-Concept and in Self-Esteem
  10. A. E. Abele & N. Hauke, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

  11. Agentic and Communal Social Motives
  12. Kenneth D. Locke

  13. The Big Two Dimensions of Desirability
  14. D. L. Paulhus

  15. Agency and Communion in Grandiose Narcissism
  16. Jochen E. Gebauer and Constantine Sedikides

  17. Agency and Communion: Their Implications for Gender Stereotypes and Gender Identities
  18. Sabine Sczesny, Christa Nater, & Alice H. Eagly

  19. Dimensional Comparison Theory and the Agency–Communion Framework
  20. Friederike Helm & Jens Möller

  21. The dimensional compensation model: Reality and strategic constraints on warmth and competence in intergroup perceptions
  22. Vincent Yzerbyt

  23. Power, Self-Focus and the Big Two
  24. Aleksandra Cislak and Aleksandra Cichocka

  25. The "Big Two" in Citizens’ Perception of Politicians
  26. Susanne Bruckmüller & Nicole Methner

  27. Rethinking the nature and relation of fundamental dimensions of meaning

Alex Koch and Roland Imhoff