How do the social categories with which we identify, or to which others assign us, affect our psychological makeup, our social behaviors, and our life outcomes? The contributors to this edited volume answer this broad social psychological inquiry through their research on the social categories of gender and immigration, the "intersectionality" of these two social categories, and how people outside the two categories frame their conceptions of the two groups and of themselves. Social Categories in Everyday Experience ...

Social Categories in Everyday Experience 2011, American Psychological Association (APA), Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9781433810930

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