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Journal of Social Issues, 2011, Volume 67 (1, 2, 3, 4)

2011: Volume 67, No. 1

75 Years of Social Science for Social Action:
Historical and Contemporary Perspectives
on SPSSI’s Scholar-Activist Legacy

Issue Editors: Alexandra Rutherford, Frances Cherry, and Rhoda Unger

INTRODUCTION

"Society very definitely needs our aid”: Reflecting on SPSSI in history
By Alexandra Rutherford, Frances Cherry, and Rhoda Unger

Looking again at SPSSI: History, activism, and advocacy
By Martha Mednick

SECTION I: GETTING STARTED: WORLD WAR II AND BEYOND

“Education for democracy:” SPSSI and the study of morale in World War II
By Cathy Faye

Psychologists, race, and housing in post-war America
By Wade Pickren

Reclaiming SPSSI’s sociological past: Marie Jahoda and the immersion tradition in    social psychology
By Alexandra Rutherford, Rhoda Unger, and Frances Cherry

SECTION II:  SCHOLAR-ACTIVIST DEBATES

Value-neutrality and SPSSI: The quest for policy, objectivity, and legitimacy
By Andrew Winston

SPSSI leaders: Collective biography and the dilemma of value-laden action and value-neutral research
By Rhoda Unger

Circulating sexual knowledge: The SPSSI Task Force on Sexual Orientation, the    nature of sex, and the contours of activist science
By Michael Pettit

A wrinkle in time: Tracing a legacy of public science through community self-surveys and participatory action research
By María Elena Torre & Michelle Fine

SECTION III: SPSSI’sONGOING COMMITMENTS: THE THREE P’s 

SPSSI and peace-building: A participant’s perspective
By Paul Kimmel

SPSSI and racial research
By Thomas Pettigrew

SPSSI and poverty: Reflections at seventy-five
By Heather Bullock, Bernice Lott, and Shirley Truong

SECTION IV: FROM SPSSI’s PAST INTO ITS FUTURE: WORLD COMMUNITIES AND THE ENVIRONMENT

“Cautious courage”: SPSSI at the United Nations
By Frances Cherry, Holly Ellingwood, and Gisell Castillo
  
Foreground and background: The environment as site and social issue
By Susan Opotow and Jen Gieseking
 
SPSSI’s living past
By James Capshew 

2009 SPSSI PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS

Introduction to Susan Opotow’s SPSSI Presidential Address 
By Daniel Perlman
  
How This Was Possible: Interpreting the Holocaust
By Susan Opotow

 

2011: Volume 67, No. 2

Anti-Gay Ballot Initiatives: The Social, Psychological, and Policy Implications
Issue Editors: Adam Fingerhut, Ellen Riggle, & Sherry Rostosky

INTRODUCTION

Same-Sex Marriage: The Social and Psychological Implications of Policy and Debates
By Adam W. Fingerhut, Ellen D. B. Riggle and Sharon Scales Rostosky
 
SECTION II: THE PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACTS OF MARRIAGE RESTRICTION AMENDMENTS FOR LGB INDIVIDUALS

California's Ban on Same-Sex Marriage: The Campaign and its Effects on Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Individuals 
By Natalya C. Maisel and Adam W. Fingerhut
 
Examining Communication about Marriage Amendments: Same-Sex Couples and Their Extended Social Networks 
By Pamela J. Lannutti
 
Similarities and Differences in the Pursuit of Intimacy among Sexual Minority and Heterosexual Individuals: A Personal Projects Analysis
By David M. Frost
 
 
SECTION III: THE IMPACT OF LEGALIZED RELATIONSHIP STATUS FOR SAME-SEX COUPLES

The Longest “Legal” U.S. Same-Sex Couples Reflect on Their Relationships
By Esther D. Rothblum, Kimberly F. Balsam and Sondra E. Solomon
 
Social Inclusion and the Value of Marriage Equality in Massachusetts and the Netherlands 
By M. V. Lee Badgett
 
By Are Same-Sex Marriages UnAfrican? Same-Sex Relationships and Belonging in Post-Apartheid South Africa 
Mikki van Zyl
 
 
SECTION IV: MARRIAGE RESTRICTION AMENDMENTS AND THEIR IMPACT ON HETEROSEXUAL ALLIES AND INTERGROUP RELATIONSHIPS
 
Impact of Marriage Restriction Amendments on Family Members of Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Individuals: A Mixed-Method Approach
By Sharon G. Horne, Sharon Scales Rostosky and Ellen D. B. Riggle
 
Motives of Heterosexual Allies in Collective Action for Equality 
By Glenda M. Russell
 
Comparing Sexual and Ethnic Minority Perspectives on Same-Sex Marriage
By Negin Ghavami and Kerri L. Johnson
 
SECTION V: COMMENTARY
Anti-Equality Marriage Amendments and Sexual Stigma
ByGregory M. Herek
 
 
SECTION VI: 2009 KURT LEWIN AWARD
You have full text access to this content2009 Kurt Lewin Award Recipient: Beatrice Wright
By Kay Deaux, Henry McCarthy and Sheryl Lee Wurl

 

2011: Volume 67, No. 3

Scaling the Higher Education Pyramid: Research Addressing Academic and
Career Success of Minorities and Women in Science and Engineering

Issue Editors: Martin Chemers & Moin Syed

FOREWORD

Foreword: Pursuing effective integrated
By Claude Steele

SECTION I: INTRODUCTION

Ethnic minorities and women in STEM: Casting a wide net to address a persistent social problem
By Moin Syed and Martin M. Chemers

SECTION II: INDIVIDUAL REACTIONS: SOURCES, MEDIATORS, and OUTCOMES

Identity and academic success among under-represented ethnic minorities: An interdisciplinary review and integration
By Moin Syed, Margarita Azmitia, and Catherine R. Cooper
 
The role of efficacy and identity in science career commitment among underrepresented minority students
By Martin M. Chemers, Eileen L. Zurbriggen, Moin Syed, Barbara K. Goza, and Steve Bearman

How women cope: Being a numerical minority in a male-dominated profession
By Laura Smart Richman, Michelle vanDellen, and Wendy Wood

Assessing the role of gender rejection sensitivity, identity, and support on the academic engagement of women in non-traditional fields using experience sampling methods
By Bonita London, Lisa Rosenthal, and Angel Gonzalez

SECTION III: INSTITUTIONAL EFFORTS: BARRIERS and OPPORTUNITIES

Ethnic and generational differences in the relations between social support and academic achievement across the high school years
By Melissa R. Witkow and Andrew J. Fuligni

“We do science here”: Underrepresented students interactions with faculty in different college contexts
By Sylvia Hurtado, M. Kevin Eagan, Minh C. Tran, Christopher B. Newman, Mitchell J. Chang, and Paolo Velasco

SECTION IV: INTERVENTION STRATEGIES: ALIGNING AMBITIONS and MENTORING

Design of an intervention to promote entry of minority youth into clinical research careers by aligning ambition: The TEACH (Training Early Achievers for Careers in Health) research program
By Vineet Arora, Barbara Schneider, Rebecca Thal, and David Meltzer

Processes and outcomes of a mentoring program for Latino college freshmen
By Jean S. Phinney, Cidhinnia M. Torres Campos, Delia M. Padilla Kallemeyn, and Chami Kim

Matching by race and gender in mentoring relationships: Keeping our eyes on the prize
By Stacy Blake-Beard, Melissa L. Bayne, Faye J. Crosby, and Carol B. Muller

SECTION V: COMMENTARY

Understanding educational and occupational choices
By Jacquelynne S. Eccles


SECTION VI: 2010 KURT LEWIN AWARD

Introduction to Mark Zanna’s SPSSI Kurt Lewin Award Address
By Faye J. Crosby

While Waiting for Nature to Take Her Course: There’s Nothing So Practical as a Good…Design
By Mark P. Zanna
 

2011: Volume 67, No. 4

Towards a Social Psychology of Globalization
Issue Editors: Chi-yue Chiu, Peter Cries, Carlos Torelli, & Shirley Cheng



INTRODUCTION
Toward a Social Psychology of Globalization (pages 663–676)
Chi-yue Chiu, Peter Gries, Carlos J. Torelli and Shirley Y. Y. Cheng
 
SECTION I: LAY PERCEPTIONS OF GLOBALIZATION
Lay Psychology of Globalization and Its Social Impact (pages 677–695)
Daniel Y-J. Yang, Chi-Yue Chiu, Xia Chen, Shirley Y. Y. Cheng, Letty Y-Y. Kwan, Kim-Pong Tam and Kuang-Hui Yeh
 
Globalization and Folk Theory of Social Change: How Globalization Relates to Societal Perceptions about the Past and Future (pages 696–715)
Yoshihisa Kashima, Junqi Shi, Koji Tsuchiya, Emiko S. Kashima, Shirley Y. Y. Cheng, Melody Manchi Chao and Shang-hui Shin
 
SECTION II: HOT, EXCLUSIONARY RESPONSES TO GLOBALIZATION
Exclusionary Reactions to Foreign Cultures: Effects of Simultaneous Exposure to Cultures in Globalized Space (pages 716–742)
Carlos J. Torelli, Chi-Yue Chiu, Kim-pong Tam, Al K. C. Au and Hean Tat Keh
 
National Feelings or Rational Dealings? The Role of Procedural Priming on the Perceptions of Cross-Border Acquisitions (pages 743–759)
Yuk-yue Tong, Pamsy Pun-Zee Hui, Letty Kwan and Siqing Peng
 
Cultural Identity Treat: The Role of Cultural Identifications in Moderating Closure Responses to Foreign Cultural Inflow (pages 760–773)
Michael W. Morris, Aurelia Mok and Shira Mor
 
Psychological Consequences of Postindustrial Anomie on Self and Motivation Among Japanese Youth (pages 774–786)
Vinai Norasakkunkit and Yukiko Uchida
 
SECTION III: COOL, INTEGRATIVE RESPONSES TO GLOBALIZATION
When Knowledge Is a Double-Edged Sword: Contact, Media Exposure, and American China Policy Preferences (pages 787–805)
Peter Hays Gries, H. Michael Crowson and Huajian Cai
 
Going Beyond the Multicultural Experience—Creativity Link: The Mediating Role of Emotions (pages 806–824)
Chi-Ying Cheng, Angela K.-y. Leung and Tsung-Yu Wu
 
Beyond General Intelligence (IQ) and Emotional Intelligence (EQ): The Role of Cultural Intelligence (CQ) on Cross-Border Leadership Effectiveness in a Globalized World (pages 825–840)
Thomas Rockstuhl, Stefan Seiler, Soon Ang, Linn Van Dyne and Hubert Annen
 
SECTION IV: COMMENTARY
Toward a Psychological Science of Globalization (pages 841–853)
Michele J. Gelfand, Sarah L. Lyons and Janetta Lun

 

 

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