ZURICH INTERGROUP PROJECT
Working Towards Greater Social Justice
The Zurich Intergroup Project
The Zurich Intergroup Project (ZIP) has been curated by Tabea Hässler and involves 43 core members and several associated members across the world. We all have in common that we aim to better understand how people from various social groups are affected by social inequalities and how we can promote more inclusive societies and social justice. Together we sampled approx. 13'000 participants from 69 countries and four populations (i.e., ethnic majorities/minorities, cis-heterosexual individuals/sexual and gender minorities).
FRISCH ET AL. (2022)
Support for Social Change Among Members of Advantaged Groups: The Role of a Dual Identity Representation and Accepting Intergroup Contact. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.
HÄSSLER ET AL. (2021)
HÄSSLER ET AL. (2020)
A large-scale test of the link between intergroup contact and support for social change. Nature Human Behaviour, 4, 380–386. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41562-019-0815-z
BEHIND THE PAPER
Working Together to Make Research Stronger and More Fun. Nature Human Behaviour - Behind the Paper. https://socialsciences.nature.com/posts/58720-working-together-to-make-research-stronger-and-more-fun
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