Camps, conflict and collectivism

Reicher, Stephen and Haslam, S. Alexander (2014) Camps, conflict and collectivism. Psychologist, 27 11: 826-828.

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Author Reicher, Stephen
Haslam, S. Alexander
Title Camps, conflict and collectivism
Journal name Psychologist   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0952-8229
Publication date 2014-11
Year available 2014
Sub-type Article (original research)
Open Access Status
Volume 27
Issue 11
Start page 826
End page 828
Total pages 3
Place of publication Leicester, United Kingdom
Publisher The British Psychological Society
Collection year 2015
Language eng
Abstract Sixty years ago, Muzafer Sherif conducted his Robbers Cave Boys’ Camp study – one of the most significant psychological experiments ever conducted. The collection of articles in this special feature examine why those studies – and Sherif’s larger body of work – remain of enduring significance. To begin, we provide an overview of the conceptual, methodological and societal implications of Sherif’s work. Three further articles then address his life and how it affected his ideas; the experience of the boys in the camps; and the importance of the studies in understanding the collective dimension of behaviour.
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