Are we all in this together? Co-victimization, inclusive social identity and collective action in solidarity with the disadvantaged
Common experience of injustice can be a potent motivator of collective action and efforts to achieve social change - and of such efforts becoming more widespread. In this research, we propose that the effects of co-victimization on collective action are a function of inclusive social identity. Experiment 1 (N= 61) demonstrated that while presence (compared to absence) of co-victimization positively predicted consumer (i.e., participants) willingness to act collectively in solidarity with...[Show more]
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|Source:||British Journal of Social Psychology|
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