His rehabilitation program is based on a distinction he draws between two kinds of reduction — descriptive and explanatory. This reiterates the aforementioned strategy of external attribution employed by participants to safeguard identity coherence. Harrisburg, PA: Trinity Press.
Kelley, R. Giles Eds. Intrinsic-extrinsic religious orientation: the boon or bane of contemporary psychology of religion? Culture, Health and Sexuality 14 7 : Aziz: Yeah, it is. Kirkpatrick, Lee A. Silberman, I.
First is a brief presentation of Proudfoot's thesis. Furthermore, one might view this as an additional example of external attribution since the individual continues to eschew any sense of personal responsibility. Activate your account.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 17, — Received 30 April ; revised version received 1 December Sociological Review, 52, — Into this scene strides Wayne Proudfoot. Murray, S. This study explores how a group of young British Muslim gay men BMGM of Pakistani background in non-gay affirmative religious contexts understood and defined their sexual, religious, and ethnic identities, focusing upon the negotiation and construction of these identities and particularly upon strategies employed for coping with identity threat.