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Collective action, social change, and Allport’s "master problem" as it confronts community psychology
Titolo Rivista: PSICOLOGIA DI COMUNITA’ 
Autori/Curatori: Craig McGarty, Emma F. Thomas 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2021 Fascicolo: 2  Lingua: Inglese 
Numero pagine:  7 P. 11-17 Dimensione file:  148 KB
DOI:  10.3280/PSC2021-002002
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In this short introduction we address four major issues for community psychologists to consider when addressing social change: a) Collective action is about social categories; b) Online technology gives to and takes away from collective action; c) Actions change the world but actions are themselves subject to change; and d) Beliefs, emotion and identity are both in-puts to and outputs of action.

In questa breve introduzione affrontiamo quattro questioni principali che gli psicologi di comunità devono considerare quando affrontano il tema del cambiamento sociale: a) l’azione collettiva che riguarda le categorie sociali; b) la tecnologia online che dà e toglie all’azione col-lettiva; c) le azioni che cambiano il mondo ma le azioni stesse sono soggette al cambiamento; e d) le credenze, le emozioni e l’identità sono sia input che output dell’azione.
Keywords: azione collettiva; cambiamento sociale; identità sociale; comportamento online; opinion-based groups.

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Craig McGarty, Emma F. Thomas, Azione collettiva, cambiamento sociale, e il "master problem" di Allport come si confronta con la psicologia di comunità in "PSICOLOGIA DI COMUNITA’" 2/2021, pp. 11-17, DOI:10.3280/PSC2021-002002

   

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