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Language and identity among British South Asians: a theoretical review.
Given the pervasiveness of language in social life and the implications that language use can have for one’s individual and collective identities, attempts were made to explore the theoretical and empirical advantages in ...
Coping with religious and cultural homophobia: emotion and narratives of identity threat from British Muslim gay men
The chapter begins with an overview of identity process theory (Breakwell 1986), a socio-psychological theory of identity construction, threat and coping, and the conceptual inter-relations between religious/cultural ...
Delineating ethnic and religious identities in research with British South Asians
The present essay presents a rationale for delineating ethnic and religious identities in empirical research into self-identification among British South Asians. It is argued that the delineation of these identities is ...
Social Identity Theory
Caste and Identity Processes among British Sikhs in the Midlands
(Taylor and Francis, 2016-06-27)
The Experience of Relationship Dissolution among British Asian Gay Men: Identity Threat and Protection
Relationship dissolution has generally been associated with decreased psychological well-being, but little is known about how ethnic and religious minority gay men experience and cope with relationship dissolution. This ...
Constructing and protecting identity in a diverse higher education context
(Taylor and Francis, 2015)
Coping with perceived ethnic prejudice on the gay scene
(Taylor and Francis, 2017-02-02)
There has been only cursory research into the sociological and psychological aspects of ethnic/racial discrimination among ethnic minority gay and bisexual men, and none that focuses specifically upon British ethnic minority ...
Social identity & attitudes towards HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis: a structural equation model
(Taylor & Francis, 2018-03-08)
This study focuses on the role of social identity and prejudice as causal variables in public attitudes toward pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) in a UK sample. Two hundred and twenty-two individuals participated in an ...