Identidade, desvio e reputação no grupo de pares

Martins, José Soares; Santos Gomes, Patrícia
January 2011
Antropológicas;2011, Vol. 12, p67
Academic Journal
The group of pairs contributes in a decisive manner for the process of social identity that constitutes, in turn, the vertebral column of the self-concept. Thus, all group processes imply conformity with the norms, relations with other groups and a positive or negative evaluation of itself. In the case of anti-normative groups, bad reputation can be a stereotyped strategy for the reorganization of social identity, whenever the self-esteem and the self concept of the individuals are threatened.


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