Index

Advances in Group Processes

ISBN: 978-1-83867-504-2, eISBN: 978-1-83867-503-5

ISSN: 0882-6145

Publication date: 2 September 2019

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(2019), "Index", Advances in Group Processes (Advances in Group Processes, Vol. 36), Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 141-146. https://doi.org/10.1108/S0882-614520190000036001

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INDEX

Academic Entitlement Scale
, 125

Accountability
, 21–22, 29–30

Affect control theory (ACT)
, 82–85

emotions and
, 83–84

and interact
, 84–85

planned simulations
, 85

Affluenza teen
, 121

Alter-casting individuals
, 50

Amazon Mechanical Turk (mTurk)
, 121–122

Anderson, Cameron
, 2

Anxiety/uncertainty management (AUM) theory
, 64

Assumption
, 52–53

Attributional confidence
, 64

Authority figures
, 117–118

Authority leniency
, 117–118

consequences of increased entitlement
, 126–129

consequences of strictness
, 118–120

entitled person, behavior of
, 126–127

entitlement
, 120–121, 129–133

fairness of authority figure
, 132–133

general entitlement to positive outcomes
, 124–126

group members reaction
, 127–129

limitations
, 133–134

subordinate entitlement to leniency
, 121–124

Autocratic leader
, 68

Average performances
, 22–23

Basic norm of status
, 6

Behavioral complementarity
, 101

Behaviors, self-stigma
, 86–88

Cognitive and behavioral uncertainty
, 64

“Common in-group identity” model
, 31

“Common knowledge”
, 7

Communication

scholars
, 63, 64

and social identity
, 65

Competence

assumed levels of
, 20–21

and attributes
, 21

Competence-standards

setting and scope conditions
, 22–23

status and competence
, 20–21

status and rewards
, 21–22

Complementarity
, 101–103

Complex instruction
, 32

Computer simulations, self-stigmatization
, 91

Confidentiality
, 29–30

Consensual normative standards
, 63

Consensus
, 10–11

Contrast sensitivity task
, 30

Controls and self-stigma
, 89

Cooperation
, 96, 101

Cooperative behavior
, 103–104

Cooperative interdependence
, 6

Cultural beliefs and self-stigmatize
, 80–81

Cultural contexts
, 2

Cultural hegemony
, 2–3

Culturally-based stigma
, 81

Cultural schema approach
, 9–10

Cultural schema of status
, 3–6

broad range of status rankings
, 9–10

governing
, 10–11

and stability
, 11–12

Cultural status beliefs
, 6, 7

Cultural stereotypes
, 82

Cultural stigma
, 90

Deference relations
, 4–5

Democrats
, 68

Demoralization, mental health patients
, 81

Depressed entitlement effect
, 50–51

Difference oriented communication (DOC)
, 70

“Direct” relevance
, 55

Distinctive identities, ingroup
, 69

Distributive-justice
, 21–22

formulations
, 21

principle
, 21

Dominance
, 4

Dominators
, 6

Double-standards for competence
, 23–28

average-level performers
, 27

credibility and dynamism
, 27

equivalent qualifications
, 25

gender as a status factor
, 25

level-of performance differences
, 26–27

man-woman pairs working together
, 25

masculine task
, 25

performance level
, 25

reverse
, 26–27

sex and age
, 25–26

status variable
, 24–25

strategies

accountability
, 29–30

overall similarity across performers
, 30–32

single, assigned status-factor
, 32–33

suitability and choice
, 26–27

task’s sex-linkage
, 25

Drum beat evaluation
, 105

Drumming
, 103, 104–105

Durkheimian solution
, 96–97, 98, 99

Durkheim’s theory
, 101, 110

Dyadic rank response
, 9

Echo chamber
, 72–73

Education and testing, status effect
, 48

Effective communication
, 64

Ego-centered situation
, 9

Emergence of cultural norms
, 5–6

Emotional attachments
, 98–99

Emotions

and ACT
, 83–84

self-stigma
, 88

Entitative groups
, 66

Environmental engineering
, 29

Ethnolinguistic identification and linguistic landscapes
, 71

Evaluation, potency, and activity (EPA)
, 83, 87, 88, 89

Evolved hierarchy
, 4–6

“Expectation effect”
, 54

Expectation states
, 10, 20, 21

vocabulary
, 29

Experimental games
, 103

Experimental social psychologists
, 134

Factorial survey method
, 23

First-order expectations
, 10

Functionality
, 6

Fundamental sentiment
, 82–83

Gender labeling of jobs
, 50

Gender, status effect
, 49–51

Goal-oriented human groups
, 5

Goal-related ability
, 11

Goal-related competence
, 6

Group

effervescence
, 96–97

identity
, 12–13

memberships
, 71

members’ performances
, 20–21

norms
, 67

prototype, uncertainty reduction
, 66

Hierarchy formation

contingency
, 5

interdependent interests of group members
, 5

Honor and threats to honor
, 2

Human cultural invention
, 3

Human motivations
, 2

Identity-defining role communication
, 64

Identity-related guidance and direction to members
, 68

Immigrants
, 72

Incompatible complexity of task
, 49

Increased entitlement
, 126–129

Independent capacity
, 2–3

Independent variables
, 56

Inequality
, 2, 12–14

interactional reproduction
, 13–14

organizational reproduction
, 14

in organizations
, 48

in society
, 2

Influence over-group decisions
, 47

Informational justice principle
, 21–22

Information goods
, 4–5

Ingroup leaders
, 69

Ingroup/outgroup distinctions
, 29

Ingroup sources
, 62

Initiative-taking in organizing procedures
, 32

Institutionalized female leader
, 31–32

Intellectual abilities
, 49

Interact and affect control theory (ACT)
, 84–85

Interactional reproduction
, 13–14

Interact simulations

ACT
, 86

self-stigma
, 86

Interdependence
, 3, 5, 6, 11–12, 15, 97

exchange interests
, 5

interests
, 5

Intergroup

attitudes
, 2–3

dynamics
, 2

leadership
, 68

Internalization of stigma
, 90

Internally-attributed leniency
, 131

Interpersonal influence
, 47

Interpersonal mechanism
, 20

Interpersonal status hierarchies
, 6, 12

In-the-moment policy violation
, 124

Intra- and intergroup communication
, 62, 63, 67

Leaderless groups
, 49–50

Leadership, competence and suitability
, 13

Leaders role, communication and uncertainty reduction
, 67–69

Leniency

disadvantages
, 120

subordinate entitlement to
, 121–124

See also authority leniency

Lenient authority figures
, 120

Life course identities
, 81

Linear mixed model
, 109

predicting contribution
, 108

Low status member, views of
, 9

Marginal members and ingroup deviants
, 70–71

Mechanical solidarity
, 96–97

Mediated linear mixed model
, 109

Mediation analyses
, 110, 111

Mental ability test scores
, 48

“Meritocratic” organizations
, 13–14

Misattribution of results
, 50

Mis-attribution theory
, 98

Mixed-sex groups men
, 49–50

Motivational approaches
, 96

Motivational power
, 98

National Institute of Mental Health
, 80

Negative emotional reactions
, 102

Negotiation
, 124

Non-autocratic leader
, 68

Non-egoistic motivation
, 96

Nonverbal power cues
, 49–50

Norm for status
, 8

Norm talk
, 67

Object-recipient, interact simulations
, 86

Optimal distinctiveness
, 102

Order of performance expectations
, 10

Organic solidarity
, 101

Organizational commitment to diversity
, 30

Organizational reproduction
, 14

Ostracism
, 70–71

People of color or women
, 12–13

People’s desire
, 2

Performance expectations
, 10

Performers’ status
, 24

Planned simulations, ACT
, 85

Policies
, 118–119

Policy violation, subordinate
, 118–119

Prestige
, 4–5

Problem-solving attempts
, 47

Problem-solving task
, 32

Procedural justice
, 21–22

Psychiatric hospitalization
, 82

Psychological entitlement
, 118, 120

Public goods games
, 105–106, 107

over time
, 107

Punishments
, 119

Race and ethnicity, status effect
, 49

Race-based inequality
, 49

Race/ethnicity
, 32

Racial and gender dynamics
, 2–3

Referent informational influence theory
, 67

Relational cohesion theory
, 98–99

Republicans
, 68

“Reverse” relevance
, 55

Ritual performances
, 101

Rituals and social solidarity
, 96–98

complementarity, effect of
, 101–103

design
, 103–104

drumming
, 104–105

Durkheim’s theory
, 101

generation
, 98–99

measures
, 105

participants
, 104

procedure
, 104–106

public goods game
, 105–106

results
, 106–110

synchrony, effect of
, 99–101

Ritual-solidarity-cooperation theory
, 97

Ritual-solidarity theory
, 98–99

Rule breaking
, 134–135

Sameness
, 97

Second-order expectations
, 10

Second-order performance expectations
, 9–11

Selective incentives
, 96

Self-activity
, 82

Self-categorization theory
, 64

Self-conception
, 62–63, 65

Self-efficacy
, 81, 82

Self-esteem
, 82

Self-evaluation
, 82

Self-interest-maximizing strategy
, 103

Self-potency
, 82

Self-related uncertainty
, 62–63

Self-sentiment
, 82

Self-stigma
, 81–82, 85

behaviors
, 86–88

and controls
, 89

emotions
, 88

interact simulations
, 86

self-stigmatized self-identities
, 85–86

Self-Stigma of Mental Illness Scale (SSMIS)
, 91

Self-uncertainty
, 65–66, 68

Sense of entitlement
, 117–118, 120–121, 124–125, 128, 132, 134

“Sense of group position”
, 2–3

Sewell, William
, 3–4

Social category
, 29

Social cooperation
, 96, 97

Social difference
, 12–13

Social dilemmas
, 96, 103

Social exchanges
, 99

Social groups
, 65

discrimination
, 22

Social identity

framing theory
, 69

gratifications approach
, 72

theory
, 2, 64, 67

unfreezing
, 69

Social identity-defining attributes
, 67

Social integration
, 112

Social interactions, ACT
, 83

Social justice and categorization
, 21

Social learning
, 5–6

Social order
, 98

Social psychological research
, 2–3

Social solidarity, rituals and
, 96–98

complementarity, effect of
, 101–103

design
, 103–104

drumming
, 104–105

Durkheim’s theory
, 101

generation
, 98–99

measures
, 105

participants
, 104

procedure
, 104–106

public goods game
, 105–106

results
, 106–110

synchrony, effect of
, 99–101

Social status
, 2

Social system
, 21

Sociology
, 98

Solidarity
, 98, 101

Solidary bonds
, 96–97

Standardized expectation-states design
, 24

Status-advantaged groups
, 12–13

Status allocation, normative schema for
, 6–7

Status-and-double-standards branch
, 21

Status-based different standards
, 20

Status beliefs
, 3, 13

Status characteristic
, 10, 20–21

Status-disadvantaged groups
, 12–13

Status effect
, 48

education and testing
, 48

gender
, 49–51

method
, 55–57

race and ethnicity
, 49

results
, 57

theoretical background
, 51–55

behavioral model
, 54–55

graph model of the theory
, 53–54

Status equality
, 49

Status generalization
, 9, 49, 51

characteristics and expectation states
, 52

Status hierarchies
, 3, 7, 10, 11

cultural schema
, 7

functional stability
, 9–10

interpersonal
, 6

Status situation
, 54

Stigma processes
, 80

See also self-stigma

Stratification in classrooms
, 49

Strictness
, 20, 118–120

Subjective vitality
, 71

media
, 72

Subordinates
, 117–118

entitlement to leniency
, 121–124

Symbolic status threats
, 2–3

Synchronous ritual performance
, 100

Synchronous singing
, 100

Synchronous singing-and-moving
, 100

Synchrony
, 101

effect of
, 99–101

Taken-for-granted cultural knowledge
, 6

Task settings, status-and-double-standards research
, 28

Uncertainty and communication

ethnolinguistic identification and linguistic landscapes
, 71

future implications
, 73–74

group norms
, 67

leaders role
, 67–69

marginal members and ingroup deviants
, 70–71

media role
, 72–73

normative information, norm talk and
, 67

reduction theories in communication
, 63–64

social categorization and identity processes
, 65

uncertainty-identity theory
, 65–66

Uncertainty-identity theory
, 62–63, 64, 65–66

Uncertainty reduction theory (URT)
, 63, 64

in communication
, 63–64

Urban elites
, 2–3

Verbal and nonverbal communication
, 62

Verbal interaction
, 32

Videotapes
, 56

Visual perception task
, 28–29

Weber, Max
, 2

Worthiness and competence
, 7

Z-Tree software
, 105–106