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Title: Motivation for education and work in young Muslim women: The importance of value for ingroup domains
Authors: van Laar, Colette ×
Derks, Belle
Ellemers, Naomi #
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
Series Title: Basic and Applied Social Psychology vol:35 issue:1 pages:64-74
Abstract: Much work has focused on how stereotypes and discrimination negatively affect wellbeing, motivation, and performance in disadvantaged groups. Relatively little work has identified positive factors that contribute to motivation/performance. We focus on identity-affirmation as a positive force, presenting two studies on the effect of value by others for domains of importance to Muslims on young Muslim women’s perspective on education/work. The results show how respecting identity domains that are central and salient for members of religious/ethnic minority groups maintains motivation in education/work, and secures majority-group identification. Rather than hampering societal integration, the results show that distinctive identities can be harnessed as positive sources.
ISSN: 0197-3533
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
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