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Social Identity Theory Intro
Social Identity Theory Intro
Social Identity Theory Intro
Social Identity Theory Intro
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Social Identity Theory Intro

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Overview of Social Identity Theory for the IB Psychology Sociocultural Level of Analysis learning outcome: Evaluate social identity theory, making reference to relevant studies …

Overview of Social Identity Theory for the IB Psychology Sociocultural Level of Analysis learning outcome: Evaluate social identity theory, making reference to relevant studies

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  • 1. Social Identity Theory Image by inju on Flickr
  • 2. Evaluate social identity theory, making reference to relevant studies Learning Outcome
  • 3. Categorization Image by Christiano Betta on Flickr
  • 4. • What categories do you see in school? Image by inju on Flickr • What similarities are exaggerated? • What “category” do you fit in at school? Outside of school? Social Identity Theory
  • 5. Social Comparison Image from Curve Magazine
  • 6. • What benefits come from being in a certain group? Image by inju on Flickr • Do any groups at school seem to have more power or prestige than others? Social Identity Theory
  • 7. Group Membership = Positive Self-Esteem
  • 8. • How does the group(s) you’re in help you maintain positive self- esteem? Image by inju on Flickr • Have you ever left a group or distanced yourself from it because it lowered your self- esteem? Social Identity Theory
  • 9. 16 Year-Old Boys are Less Mature than 16 Year-Old Girls
  • 10. • What labels are on your forehead? • On what cues did you base your guess? • To what extent do people rely on the real world to support how they view themselves? • To what extent are people’s self- concepts determined by those people around them?

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