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Author(s): D. Abrams
N. Bown
José M. Marques
M. Henson
Title: Pro-norm and anti-norm deviance within and between groups
Issue Date: 2000
Abstract: Participants evaluated other individuals who deviated in either an anti-or pro-normative direction relative to normative members. In Study 1, in-group gender-normative members were rated more positively than deviant members. The pro-norm deviant was viewed as more attractive than the anti-norm deviant. In Study 2 anti-norm in-group deviants were evaluated more negatively than anti-norm out-group deviants even though both held identical attitudes. In both studies, despite objective equivalence, pro-norm deviance was perceived as less "atypical" than anti-norm deviance. Judgments and reactions to deviance depend on group membership and the direction of deviance, not just its magnitude. Evaluations of deviants are also related to perceivers' identification with their own group. These findings are consistent with our model of subjective group dynamics.
Document Type: Artigo em Revista Científica Internacional
Rights: restrictedAccess
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