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Living Apart Together: Segregation vs. Mixing as Sources of or Solutions for Intergroup Conflict

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Title: Living Apart Together: Segregation vs. Mixing as Sources of or Solutions for Intergroup Conflict
Creators: Hewstone, Miles
Contributors: Mann, Melanie
Keywords: Segregation
Intergroup Conflict
social psychology
Issue Date: 2009-02-09
Publisher: Ohio State University. Mershon Center for International Security Studies
Abstract: Miles Hewstone is Professor of Social Psychology and Director of the Oxford Centre for the Study of Intergroup Conflict at Oxford University. His research interests include attribution theory, social cognition, social influence, stereotyping, intergroup relations, and intergroup conflict. His work focuses on the reduction of intergroup conflict via intergroup contact, stereotype change, and crossed categorization. Currently, he is working on a project titled "Cross-Community Contact, Sectarian Attitudes, and Forgiveness in Northern Ireland."
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/37878
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