Emotions of Collective Pride and Group Identity
New directions in theory and practice
Edited by Gavin Sullivan
Psychology Press – 2014
Psychology Press – 2014
In this book Gavin Sullivan brings together international contributors to discuss the theory and practice surrounding collective pride in relation to other emotions and collective, cultural and national identity.
Currently collective pride is covered across a number of disciplines including nationalism studies, sociology and social psychology, with little communication between fields. This multidisciplinary collection encourages interdisciplinary research and will provide a unique insight into the subject, stemming from a psychological perspective.
This book explores the philosophy and theory behind collective pride, as well as drawing on the latest empirical research to focus on specific issues for example Happiness, National Pride and the 2010 World Cup. Topics covered include:
Emotions of Collective Pride and Group Identity will appeal to an interdisciplinary audience in the area of affect and emotion studies researchers including social psychologists, sociologists, historians and anthropologists.
Sullivan, Introduction. Part I: Philosophical, Conceptual and Theoretical Issues. Salmela, The Rational Appropriateness of Collective Emotions. Gebauer, Self, Certainty, and Collective Emotions. Knottnerus, Emotions, Pride and the Dynamics of Collective Ritual Events. Hook, For the Love of the Mass. Von Scheve, Ismer, Beyer, The Social Consequences of Collective Emotions: National Indentification, Solidarity, and Out-Group Derogation. Sullivan, Hollway, Collective Pride and Arrogance Within and Between Different Ways of Organising. Part II: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Collective Pride and Related Emotions. Sullivan, Methods for Investigating Collective Pride and Collective Hubris: Quantitative and Qualitative Methods. Moller, Happiness, National Pride and the 2010 World Cup. Ismer, Collective Emotions and the Imagined National Community. Miller-Idriss, Marketing National Pride: Commercialization and the Extreme Right in Germany. Kühn, National Pride in Brazil: Myths and Inequality. Ruto-Korir, Emerging from the Ashes: Kenyans Re-construct their Ethno- and Psycho-political Experiences following the 2007 Post Election Violence. Sullivan, Developing the Capacity to Share in Collective Emotion: Research on Children and Young People's Perspectives. Sullivan, Summary: New Directions in Theory and Practice.