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Caste, social stigma and identity processes
Caste persists as an important socio-psychological phenomenon in many spheres of Indian social life and particularly within village contexts. It is argued that socio-psychological insights into caste identity and caste- ...
Perceptions of ‘coming out’ among British Muslim gay men
(Taylor and Francis, 2011)
The cultural processes of heteronormativity and compulsory heterosexuality are acutely active within Islamic societies. The present study explored perceptions of ‘coming out’ among a group of British Muslim gay men (BMGM), ...
Delineating ethnic and religious identities in research with British South Asians
The present essay presents a rationale for delineating ethnic and religious identities in empirical research into self-identification among British South Asians. It is argued that the delineation of these identities is ...
Social representations of the Holocaust and Jewish Israeli identity construction: insights from identity process theory.
(Taylor and Francis/ Routledge, 2011)
This study explores how a group of young Israeli Jews understood and defined their ethno-national identities, focusing upon the role of social representations of the Holocaust in the construction of Jewish Israeli identity. ...