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Improving Intergroup Relations
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Improving Intergroup Relations



August 2001 | 360 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This book is intended both as supplementary reading for courses and as a practical guidebook for individuals and programmes interested in reducing prejudice and improving intergroup relations. It provides the only comprehensive review and compilation of techniques for roving intergroup relations. There's a huge amount of literature on the causes and nature of prejudice, reflecting great interest in the topic, but the literature on prejudice reduction is more scattered, spread across a range of theoretical and applied sources. This book brings these literatures together, with an emphasis on helping to elucidate what works and why.
 
A Brief History of Intergroup Relations
 
Intergroup Relations Theories and Concepts
 
Multicultural Education Introduction
 
Diversity Initiatives in the Workplace
 
Intergroup Dialogues
 
Intercultural Training Programs
 
Cooperative Learning Groups
 
Conflict Resolution Programs
 
Moral and Values Education Programs
 
Evaluating Intergroup Relations Programs
 
Conclusions

"The content is timely, important, and relevant to both academics and practitioners. Its organization would appeal to academics because of the comprehensive theoretical and research reviews it contains. It would appeal to practitioners because of its emphasis on the descriptions of techniques and practical resources for their implementation." 

Elizabeth Sparks
Boston College

"The authors are imminently qualified, and the time is right for this type of approach." 

Thomas Pettigrew
University of California, Santa Cruz

"It is an ambitious project, and a very promising one….The authors have gathered a wide range of relevant information and have presented the information clearly and at an accessible and appropriate level." 

Jack Dovidio
Colgate University, Hamilton, New York

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