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Anupriya Kukreja, Author at Pollack Peacebuilding Systems

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Summary of: Reimer, N. K., & Sengupta, N. K. (2021). Meta-analysis of the ‘ironic’ effects of intergroup contact. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/vrsqe Background & Theory Intergroup contact theory is one of the most salient and popular theories in the field of conflict resolution. As societies are becoming more diverse, there are more opportunities for members of different groups...

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Summary of: Laura, D. (2020). Exploring the intersection of collective identity and peacebuilding: a case study of Kids4Peace Jerusalem. Conflict and Dispute Resolution Program. Background & Theory The conflict in Israel and Palestine is considered by many as an intractable ethno-national conflict. The beliefs and attitudes of the youth formed through their education and upbringing...

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Earlier this year, we wrote a summary of a research paper that studied societies with inherent peace systems and came up with eight actionable keys to a peaceful organization. The paper focused on peace systems through anthropological and historical literature and their correlation with certain identified peace values. While it was often believed that all...

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Summary of: Montiel, C. J., de la Paz, E., & Cerafica, Z. I. (2019). (De) humanization and trust in an asymmetric Muslim–Christian conflict: Heroes, Kafirs, and Satanas. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 25(4), 300. Background & Theory Dehumanization refers to the phenomenon where strangers or members of an outgroup are considered less than...

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Summary of: Mana, A., Srour, A., & Sagy, S. (2019). A sense of national coherence and openness to the “other’s” collective narrative: The case of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 25(3), 226–233. https://doi.org/10.1037/pac0000391 Background & Theory Sense of national coherence (SONC) is defined as an enduring tendency to perceive one’s national group...

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Summary of: Pun, A., Birch, S., & Baron, A. (2021). The power of allies: Infants’ expectations of social obligations during intergroup conflict. Cognition, 211. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cognition.2021.104630 Background & Theory Social allegiances are a crucial aspect of human social life, such that they are part of the group formation process and justify the expectation that when one member...

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Summary of: Miranda, D., Love, G., Carlin, R., González, R., & Navia, P. (2021). Ethnicity or policy? The conditioning of intergroup trust in the context of ethnic conflict. Political Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1111/pops.12747 Background & Theory Intergroup trust is an important foundation for cooperation (Brewer & Alexander, 2002), whereas prolonged violent intergroup conflict accentuates distrust. Ethnicity refers...

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Summary of: Halabi, S., Dovidio, J. F., & Nadler, A. (2021). When intergroup helping helps intergroup relations: The moderating role of trust in the outgroup. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 95, 104141. doi:10.1016/j.jesp.2021.104141 Background & Theory Trust is a factor that can moderate how a member of a low-status group responds to help offered by...

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Summary of: Barbour, P.J., & Bourne, D. (2020). Developing sociality in a post-conflict Northern Ireland: An application of the perceiver element grid. Journal of Constructivist Psychology, 1-25. Background & Theory George Kelly invented the concept of Personal Construct Psychology which looks at the self as a personal construct. He argued that the events of the past...

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Summary of: Çakal, H., Halabi, S., Cazan, A. M., & Eller, A. (2021). Intergroup contact and endorsement of social change motivations: The mediating role of intergroup trust, perspective-taking, and intergroup anxiety among three advantaged groups in Northern Cyprus, Romania, and Israel. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 24(1), 48–67. https://doi.org/10.1177/1368430219885163 Background & Theory We have covered...

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