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Vignoles, Vivian L.

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Works: 15 works in 59 publications in 3 languages and 698 library holdings
Genres: Cross-cultural studies  Academic theses  Handbooks and manuals 
Roles: Editor, htt, Author
Classifications: HM251, 302
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Most widely held works by Vivian L Vignoles
Handbook of identity theory and research by Seth J Schwartz( )

32 editions published between 2011 and 2012 in 3 languages and held by 634 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Identity is one of the most extensively studied constructs in the social sciences. Yet, despite the wealth of findings across many disciplines, identity researchers remain divided over such enduring fundamental questions as: What exactly is identity, and how do identity processes function? Do people have a single identity or multiple identities? Is identity individually or collectively oriented? Personally or socially constructed? Stable or constantly in flux? The Handbook of Identity Theory and Research offers the rare opportunity to address the questions and reconcile these seeming contradictions, bringing unity and clarity to a diverse and fragmented literature.This exhaustive reference work emphasizes the depth and complexity of identity processes and domains and presents perspectives from many different theoretical schools and empirical approaches. Contributing authors provide perspectives from psychology (e.g., narrative, social identity theory, neo-Eriksonian) and from other disciplines (e.g., sociology, political science, ethnic studies); and the editors highlight the links between chapters that provide complementary insights on related subjects.In addition to covering identity processes and categories that are well-known to the field, the Handbook tackles many emerging issues, including:- Identity development among adopted persons.- Identity processes in interpersonal relationships.- Effects of globalization on cultural identity.- Transgender experience and identity.- Consumer identity and shopping behavior.- Social identity processes in xenophobia and genocide.The Handbook of Identity Theory and Research lends itself to a wealth of uses by scholars, clinicians, and graduate students across many disciplines, including social, developmental, and child/school psychology; human development and family studies; sociology; cultural anthropology; gender, ethnic, and communication studies; education; and counseling
Social psychology across cultures by Peter Bevington Smith( Book )

5 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 41 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Provides a clear and comprehensive introduction to classic perspectives and introduces cutting edge research on culture, discussed in terms of its implications for contemporary global issues such as migration, international development, ethnic conflict, climate change and sustainability. The book starts by asking the question: why does social psychology need a cross-cultural perspective? It then follows to examine cultural differences as well as the origins and dynamics of different cultures before addressing traditional social psychological themes within cross-cultural contexts, for example group processes, self and identity, intergroup relations. This textbook is appropriate for advanced undergraduate courses and graduate programmes in social and cross-cultural psychology. It will also interest students wanting to understand the impact of culture on their fields of work, such as international relations, social policy, health promotion, ethnic relations and international business
Handbook of Identity Theory and Research by Seth J Schwartz( Book )

8 editions published between 2011 and 2012 in English and held by 13 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This volume emphasises the depth and complexity of identity processes and domains and presents perspectives from many different theoretical schools and empirical approaches. It also tackles many emerging issues, from globalisation to consumer identity
Identity, culture and the distinctiveness principle by Vivian L Vignoles( Book )

3 editions published in 2000 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Group membership, group change, and intergroup attitudes: a recategorization model based on cognitive consistency principles by Jenny Roth( )

1 edition published in 2019 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In Search of a Pan-European Culture: European Values, Beliefs, and Models of Selfhood in Global Perspective( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

What, if any, are the common cultural characteristics that distinguish European societies and groups when viewed against a backdrop of global cultural variation? We sought to identify any shared features of European cultures through secondary multilevel analyses of two large datasets that together provided measures of cultural values, beliefs, and models of selfhood from samples in all inhabited continents. Although heterogeneous in many respects--including the value dimension of autonomy versus embeddedness--European samples shared two distinctive features: a decontextualized representation of personhood and a cultural model of selfhood emphasizing difference from others. Compared with samples from other regions, European samples on average also emphasized egalitarianism and harmony values, commitment to others in their models of selfhood, and an immutable concept of personhood, but not uniformly so. We interpret these findings in relation to a Durkheimian model of individualism
Global identification predicts gay-male identity integration and well-being among Turkish gay men( )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract : In most parts of the world, hegemonic masculinity requires men to endorse traditional masculine ideals, one of which is rejection of homosexuality. Wherever hegemonic masculinity favours heterosexuality over homosexuality, gay males may feel under pressure to negotiate their conflicting male gender and gay sexual identities to maintain positive self-perceptions. However, globalization, as a source of intercultural interaction, might provide a beneficial context for people wishing to create alternative masculinities in the face of hegemonic masculinity. Hence, we tested if global identification would predict higher levels of gay-male identity integration, and indirectly subjective well-being, via alternative masculinity representations for gay and male identities. A community sample of 219 gay and bisexual men from Turkey completed the study. Structural equationmodelling revealed that global identification positively predicted gay-male identity integration, and indirectly subjective well-being; however, alternative masculinity representations did not mediate this relationship. Our findings illustrate how identity categories in different domains can intersect and affect each other in complex ways. Moreover, we discuss mental health and well-being implications for gay men living in cultures where they experience high levels of prejudice and stigma
When friendship formation goes down the toilet: Design features of shared accommodation influence interpersonal bonds and well-being( )

1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract Despite its omnipresence, the influence of the built environment on human psychology is not well understood. In a five-wave longitudinal study, we investigated whether physical design features within shared student accommodation predicted the frequency of coincidental meetings between new flatmates, and whether these meetings predicted the strength of their interpersonal bonds and psychological well-being. Multilevel latent growth modelling on responses from 462 new university residents supported our hypotheses: Respondents living in flats with design features that encouraged the use of communal areas - a shared common area and an absence of ensuite toilets - reported unintentionally meeting their flatmates more frequently within their flats. This in turn predicted the initial strength of their interpersonal bonds with their flatmates, which in turn positively predicted their well-being. These effects were maintained throughout the 10-week study. Our findings provide an empirical basis for the development of shared housing designed to foster positive relationships and well-being among residents
Being oneself through time: Bases of self-continuity across 55 cultures*( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract: Self-continuity - the sense that one's past, present, and future are meaningfully connected - is considered a defining feature of personal identity. However, bases of self-continuity may depend on cultural beliefs about personhood. In multilevel analyses of data from 7287 adults from 55 cultural groups in 33 nations, we tested a new tripartite theoretical model of bases of self-continuity. As expected, perceptions of stability, sense of narrative, and associative links to one's past each contributed to predicting the extent to which people derived a sense of self-continuity from different aspects of their identities. Ways of constructing self-continuity were moderated by cultural and individual differences in mutable (vs. immutable) personhood beliefs - the belief that human attributes are malleable. Individuals with lower mutability beliefs based self-continuity more on stability; members of cultures where mutability beliefs were higher based self-continuity more on narrative. Bases of self-continuity were also moderated by cultural variation in contextualized (vs. decontextualized) personhood beliefs, indicating a link to cultural individualism-collectivism. Our results illustrate the cultural flexibility of the motive for self-continuity
Handbook of Identity Theory and Research( )

1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The third wave of cultural psychology : the indigenous movement by Guangguo Huang( Book )

1 edition published in 2005 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

An interpretative phenomenological analysis of maternal identity following child suicide : abridged by Olivia Thrift( Book )

1 edition published in 2005 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Social construction of abilities : self efficacy, stereotypes and implicit theories by Vivian L Vignoles( Recording )

1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Why social identity theory's self-esteem hipothesis has never been tested and how to test it by Tom Farsides( Book )

1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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Handbook of identity theory and research Handbook of identity theory and research : Volume 1 Structures and processes, chapters 1-18 ; Volume 2 Domains and categories, chapters 19-39, Epilogue Handbook of Identity Theory and Research
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