intergroup

in·ter·group

 (ĭn′tər-gro͞op′)
adj.
Being or occurring between two or more social groups: intergroup relations; intergroup violence.

intergroup

(ˌɪntəˈɡruːp)
adj
occurring between two or more groups, esp social groups
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The Episcopal Church is a significant partner in bringing the Abrahamic faiths together in support of Israeli-Palestinian peace," said Rabbi Noam Marans, AJC Director of Interreligious and Intergroup Relations.
Table 5: Results of Analysis of Variance for Comparing Types of Intelligences Based on Age Differences Types of Intelligences Mean Degree of Differences Freedom Logical/Mathematical Intergroup 6.
Variable Group Sig F df Operation Education Between group ,439 ,932 3 Intergroup 39 Field of Study Between group ,153 1,856 3 Intergroup 39 Organizational Between group ,303 1,254 3 Intergroup 39 Awareness Education Between group .
Interethnic and interracial friendships (also referred to as intergroup friendships in psychological research because they are formed between children of different racial and ethnic identities) positively impact both individual children involved in these friendships (Feddes, Noack, & Rutland, 2009) and the overall school climate and culture (Zirkel, 2008).
The fact that the teacher did not intervene to end the racial taunting in a public manner constitutes a barrier to intergroup friendships as it creates a classroom climate in which prejudice and individual racism are unexamined and reinforced by an authority figure (Cohen, 1984; Cohen & Lotan, 1995).
The Project in Intergroup Education, an educational effort that originated in this context, asked teachers to create curricula with the concomitant goals of teaching tolerance and increasing national unity.
It is one of the key priorities of Neil Parish MEP, chairman of the Animal Welfare Intergroup.
Altruism, Intergroup Apology, Forgiveness, and Reconciliation
In this article, we examine intergroup dialogue work as a bridging mechanism through which social workers in clinical, other direct practice, organizer, activist, and other roles across the micro-macro practice spectrum can engage with people in conflict to advance advocacy, justice, and social change.
He focuses on general psychological principles and how they play out in daily life (rather than specific situations or groups), examining how people give meaning to the fact that they belong to ethnic, racial, religious, and national groups, and what the implications are for intergroup relations, with examples from different countries.
She found that intergroup support messages that included ideas about social change were more comforting to LGBQ participants than those that included ideas about social connection, which suggests that it is a benefit to communicating ideas about social change more often.
felt connection to the social category), and global citizenship identification, in turn, predicts endorsement of intergroup empathy (concern for others outside one's ingroup), valuing diversity (appreciation and interest in diverse cultures), social justice (belief in human rights and equity), environmental sustainability (concern for the natural environment), intergroup helping (desire to help others outside one's ingroup), and responsibility to act (felt duty to act for the betterment of the world).