Being tolerated and being discriminated against: links to psychological well-being through threatened social identity needs
Bağcı, Çiğdem and Verkuyten, Maykel and Koç, Yasin and Turnuklu, Abbas and Piyale, Zeynep Ecem and Bekmezci, Eyüp (2020) Being tolerated and being discriminated against: links to psychological well-being through threatened social identity needs. European Journal of Social Psychology, 50 (7). pp. 1463-1477. ISSN 0046-2772 (Print) 1099-0992 (Online)
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We investigated whether and how the experience of being tolerated and of being discriminated against are associated with psychological well‐being in three correlational studies among three stigmatized groups in Turkey (LGBTI group members, people with disabilities, and ethnic Kurds, total N = 862). Perceived threat to social identity needs (esteem, meaning, belonging, efficacy, and continuity) was examined as a mediator in these associations. Structural equation models showed evidence for the detrimental role of both toleration and discrimination experiences on positive and negative psychological well‐being through higher levels of threatened social identity needs. A mini‐meta analysis showed small to moderate effect sizes and toleration was associated with lower positive well‐being through threatened needs among all three stigmatized groups.
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