Cultural Diversity: Its Social Psychology shows how social psychology can contribute to contemporary debates about immigration and multiculturalism.
- Shows how social psychology can contribute to contemporary debates about immigration and cultural diversity.
- Helps readers to understand the processes that have shaped modern societies and the diversity issues they are facing.
- Reviews research into the socio-psychological factors facilitating or hindering the emergence of plural societies.
- Focuses on intergroup relationships – what happens when people migrate, how they adapt, and what changes are produced by their presence.
- The issues discussed are contextualised within the traditional accounts of the nation-state, European integration and North American and Australian experiences.
- Student-friendly features include boxes, summaries, lists of key words, suggestions for further reading and a glossary.