Because I did not find support for social identity theory
and procedural justice, I conducted a power analysis (138) to examine how meaningful these null results were.
Role identity theory
and its life span perspective can be a useful addition to social work practice, particularly for those clients who have experienced financial losses along with the typical losses of role and support.
A brief historical perspective on racial identity theory
will be offered.
Chapter 9 Towards an organizational identity theory
of alliance formation.
This finding makes three important contributions to M&A literature and the social identity theory
Building on social identity theory
, entrepreneurial and strategy research, this project adopt mainly a demand-oriented approach.
derives an emphasis on identity theory
and notions of relationality as the basis for a more integrated and flexible understanding of religious sameness and difference.
18) See Ray Paternoster & Shawn Bushway, Desistance and the "Feared Self": Toward an Identity Theory
of Criminal Desistance, 99 J.
Researchers have drawn on exercise motivation and identity theory
to better understand exercise participation and psychological well-being (Anderson & Cychosz, 1994; 1995; Hagger & Chatzisarantis, 2008; Vlachopoulos, 2009).
As contrasted to developmental theories that emphasize content of each stage, social identity theory
focuses on the process of identity acquisition.
After presenting a review of each of these theories, the authors conclude that the social identity theory
has received the most support from empirical research.
To assist counselors in applying racial identity theory
, Alvarez (in press) has suggested that Sanford's (1966) concept of challenge and support may be particularly useful.