Social Psychology of Collective Victimhood

Social Psychology of Collective Victimhood

Vollhardt, Johanna Ray

Oxford University Press Inc






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Chapter 1. Introduction to "The Social Psychology of Collective Victimhood": Examining Context, Power, and Diversity in Experiences of Collective Victimization
Johanna Ray Vollhardt

Section 1: How are Narratives of Collective Victimization Passed Down? Transmission of Collective Victimhood in Families and Communities

Chapter 2. Transgenerational Transmission of Collective Victimhood through a Developmental Intergroup Framework: The Lasting Power of Group Narratives of Suffering
Laura Taylor, Marina Stambuk, Dinka Corkalo Biruski, & Dean O'Driscoll

Chapter 3. Collective Memory and the Legacy of the Troubles: Territoriality, Identity and Victimhood in Northern Ireland
Neil Ferguson & Donna Halliday

Section 2: How do People Appraise, Feel About, and Respond to Collective Victimization? Affect and Coping Mechanisms Involved in Collective Victimhood

Chapter 4. The Context, Content, and Claims of Humiliation in Response to Collective Victimhood
Yashpal Jogdand, Sammyh Khan, & Stephen Reicher

Chapter 5. A Temporal Account of Collective Victimization as Existential Threat: Reconsidering Adaptive and Maladaptive Responses
Gilad Hirschberger & Tsachi Ein-Dor

Chapter 6. Collective Victimhood as a Form of Adaptation: A World Systems Perspective
Michal Bilewicz & James Liu

Chapter 7. The Unifying Potential of an Appraisal Approach to the Experience of Group Victimization
Colin Wayne Leach

Section 3: How do People Make Sense of Collective Victimization? Collective Victim Beliefs, Lay Theories, and Lessons of Collective Victimhood

Chapter 8. Studied and Understudied Victim Beliefs: What Have We Learned So Far and What's Ahead?
Zsolt Peter Szabo

Chapter 9. Community Members' Theorisation of Their Collective Victimization: Deliberating the Dynamics to Islamophobia
Nick Hopkins & Anna Dobai

Chapter 10. In the Aftermath of Historical Trauma: Perceived Moral Obligations of Current Group Members
Yechiel Klar, Noa Schori-Eyal, & Lior Yom Tov

Section 4: How Does Social Inequality Influence Collective Victimhood? The Role of Structural Violence, Intersectionality, and Group-based Power

Chapter 11. Collective Victimhood Resulting from Structural Violence
Silvia Mari, Denise Bentrovato, Federica Durante, & Johan Wassermann

Chapter 12. Examining Collective Victim Beliefs using Intersectionality
Rashmi Nair, Mukadder Okuyan, & Nicola Curtin

Chapter 13. Resentment and Redemption: On the Mobilisation of Dominant Group Victimhood
Stephen Reicher & Yasemin Ulusahin

Section 5: Who is Considered a Victim? Inclusion and Exclusion Dynamics of Collective Victimhood Based on Power and Perceived Legitimacy

Chapter 14. Experiencing Acknowledgment versus Denial of the Ingroup's Collective Victimization
Michelle Sinayobye Twali, Boaz Hameiri, Johanna Ray Vollhardt, & Arie Nadler

Chapter 15. A Critical Race Reading of Collective Victimhood: The Precarious Case of Black Americans
Michael J. Perez & Phia S. Salter

Chapter 16. "We All Suffered!" - The Role of Power in Rhetorical Strategies of Inclusive Victimhood and its Consequences for Intergroup Relations
Andrew McNeill & Johanna Ray Vollhardt

Section 6: What is the Role of Personality Traits and Psychological Needs in Collective Victimhood?

Chapter 17. The Tendency to Feel Victimized in Interpersonal and Intergroup Relationships
Rahav Gabay, Boaz Hameiri, Tami Lipshitz, & Arie Nadler

Chapter 18. Striking at the Core: A Unified Framework of How Collective Victimhood Affects Basic Psychological Needs for Relatedness, Competence, and Autonomy
Frank Jake Kachanoff, Michael J. A. Wohl, & Donald M. Taylor

Chapter 19. When Two Groups Hurt Each Other: Understanding and Reducing the Negative Consequences of Collective Victimhood in Dual Conflicts
Nurit Shnabel, Rotem Kahalon, Johannes Ullrich, & Anna Lisa Aydin

Section 7: Ethical Challenges in Researching Collective Victimization

Chapter 20. The Ethics of Researching and Writing about Collective Victimhood in Post-Conflict Societies
Sigrun Marie Moss
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