Intergroup Emotion Theory (IET)
The idea that when social identity is salient, group-based appraisals elicit specific emotions and action tendencies toward out-groups. That is, when group membership is salient and situations are appraised in terms of their consequences for the in-group, specific intergroup emotional reactions and behavioural intentions are triggered.
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