Meaning of intergroup in English:

intergroup

Pronunciation /ˈɪntəɡruːp/

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adjective

  • Occurring between two or more groups.

    ‘their online content makes use of polarizing language known to foster intergroup conflict’
    • ‘Both the intergroup rivalry and relationship pressures of the first film are generally gone.’
    • ‘Intergroup relationships and judgments, even among kids, are much more complex than we thought.’
    • ‘This has been identified as one of the most effective ways of making intergroup conflict manageable and nonviolent.’
    • ‘One of the early insights of social psychology was how rapidly intergroup animosities can spring up—but also how quickly they can disappear.’
    • ‘Depending on the expertise of the successful candidate, the performed research is expected to inform policy making related to intergroup conflicts, mood disorders, or other societal challenges.’
    • ‘Every conflict has roots in interpersonal and intergroup relations.’
    • ‘Our findings showed that intergroup support messages that included ideas about social change were more comforting to LGBTQ participants than those that included ideas about social connection.’
    • ‘They review theory and research that specify psychological factors that contribute to and perpetuate intergroup violence through emotional responses and belief systems fostered by conflict.’
    • ‘ Negative intergroup emotions play a crucial role in decisions.’
    • ‘She is a thoughtful communicator, an experienced facilitator, and is skilled at helping groups identify their intergroup challenges, strengths and goals.’