Table of contents for The Cross-cultural challenge to social psychology / editor, Michael Harris Bond.


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Introduction - Michael Harris Bond
PART ONE: SOME MAINSTREAM CHALLENGES TO CROSS-CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY
How Does One Describe a Platypus? An Outsider's Questions for Cross-Cultural Psychology - James T Tedeschi
Why Not Cross-Cultural Psychology? A Characterization of Some Mainstream Views - Roy S Malpass
On Titles, Citations, and Outlets - Ladd Wheeler and Harry Reis
What Do Mainstreamers Want?
On the Limitations of Cross-Cultural Research in Social Psychology - David M Messick
PART TWO: STATEMENTS OF SOME GENERAL CROSS-CULTURAL RESEARCH IN SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
Social Science and Social Psychology - William K Gabrenya Jr
The Cross-Cultural Link
Will Societal Modernization Eventually Eliminate Cross-Cultural Psychological Differences? - Kuo-Shu Yang
J'Accuse - Gustav Jahoda
Cross-Cultural Replications - Irit Sharon and Yehuda Amir
A Prerequisite for The Validation of Social Psychological Laws
Putting the Ethic to Work - Joseph E Trimble
Applying Social Psychological Principles in Cross-Cultural Settings
Cross-Cultural Contributions to Theory in Social Psychology - Harry C Triandis
Cross-Cultural Psychology in a Post-Empiricist Era - Andre Kukla
PART THREE: INSTRUCTIVE CONTENT AREAS IN CROSS-CULTURAL SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
Organizational Structure and Processes - Peter B Smith and Monir Tayeb
Culture and Intergroup Processes - William B Gudykunst
Cultural Influences on Group Processes - Leon Mann
Interpersonal Behavior - John Adamopoulos
Cross-Cultural and Historical Perspectives
Cultural Roots of Aggressive Behavior - Marshall H Segall
Theoretical Advances in Justice Behavior - Kwok Leung
Some Cross-Cultural Inputs
Attribution Theory and Processes - Garth J O Fletcher and Colleen Ward
A Cross-Cultural Perspective
Person Perception in Cross-Cultural Perspective - Leslie Zebrowitz-McArthur
Bridging the Content-Structure Dichotomy - Joan G Miller
Culture and the Self
PART FOUR: SOME MAINSTREAMERS' REAPPRAISALS
A Second Look at the Platypus - James T Tedeschi
A Reprise
Coda - David M Messick



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Social psychology -- Cross-cultural studies.