Becoming the change: Integrating norms and identities through social interaction

Symposium: New Communication Technologies, Social Identity and Group Processes

Laura Smith, Emma Thomas, Craig McGarty, Jeffrey Gavin

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Abstract

We propose a social psychological mechanism for the origin of new social
movements. We demonstrate that social change follows the emergence of shared
injunctive social norms that define new collective identities.
Original languageEnglish
Pages219
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2014
EventGeneral Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology 2014 - Amsterdam, UK United Kingdom
Duration: 9 Jul 201412 Jul 2014

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ConferenceGeneral Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology 2014
CountryUK United Kingdom
CityAmsterdam
Period9/07/1412/07/14

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Smith, L., Thomas, E., McGarty, C., & Gavin, J. (2014). Becoming the change: Integrating norms and identities through social interaction: Symposium: New Communication Technologies, Social Identity and Group Processes. 219. Abstract from General Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology 2014, Amsterdam, UK United Kingdom.

Becoming the change: Integrating norms and identities through social interaction : Symposium: New Communication Technologies, Social Identity and Group Processes. / Smith, Laura; Thomas, Emma; McGarty, Craig; Gavin, Jeffrey.

2014. 219 Abstract from General Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology 2014, Amsterdam, UK United Kingdom.

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Smith, L, Thomas, E, McGarty, C & Gavin, J 2014, 'Becoming the change: Integrating norms and identities through social interaction: Symposium: New Communication Technologies, Social Identity and Group Processes' General Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology 2014, Amsterdam, UK United Kingdom, 9/07/14 - 12/07/14, pp. 219.
Smith L, Thomas E, McGarty C, Gavin J. Becoming the change: Integrating norms and identities through social interaction: Symposium: New Communication Technologies, Social Identity and Group Processes. 2014. Abstract from General Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology 2014, Amsterdam, UK United Kingdom.
Smith, Laura ; Thomas, Emma ; McGarty, Craig ; Gavin, Jeffrey. / Becoming the change: Integrating norms and identities through social interaction : Symposium: New Communication Technologies, Social Identity and Group Processes. Abstract from General Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology 2014, Amsterdam, UK United Kingdom.1 p.
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