José María González-González

José María González-González
University of Granada | UGR · Department of Social Psychology

Social Psychology

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Introduction
José María González-González currently works at the Department of Social Psychology, University of Granada. José María does research in Qualitative Social Research and Social Psychology. Their most recent publication is 'Pushed or pulled? Entrepreneurial behaviour among immigrants as a strategy to cope with negative social identity'.

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Responsible diversity management is a corporate strategy aimed at developing and integrating cultural, ethnic, religious, social, sexual orientation, age and migratory heterogeneity, which is increasingly important in modern organizations. Specifically, this diversity management entails implementing internal corporate social responsibility policies...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to explore the psychological strategies as well as the rhetorical and discursive arguments developed in organizations and by individuals when they have to cope with the paradoxes and changes related to CSR. Design/methodology/approach This study uses the perspective of the paradox as an analytical framework t...
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. The implementation of the quality model proposed by the Andalusian regional government to manage its health system encounters various resistances that hinder the adoption of the model as a management tool by the stakeholders in the organisations that constitute the system. In this paper, we address this problem based on an analysis of discourse w...
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In this paper, we present the results of a larger investigation in which, relying on the concept of interpretative repertoire put forward by Potter and Wetherell, we analyze the emerging discursive framework of the Andalusian Public Health System in terms of the arguments-ideas behind such framework. In a previous paper, we identified three major d...
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Migratory movements are one of the most remarkable demographic, social and psychological phenomena in today’s world. For the people involved, these migrations pose a radical change in environment and in their lives as they face adaptation to new perceptions, values and behaviours. All these lead to major challenges and repercussions for their perso...
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Analysis of the relations between family events and the demand for housing has, to date, received very little attention from researchers, although there can be no doubt that housing preferences vary with changing personal circumstances. The spectacular growth in the number of single-parent households throughout Europe highlights the timeliness and...
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El análisis de las conexiones entre eventos familiares y eventos de vivienda ha recibido hasta ahora muy poca atención por parte de los investigadores, aunque nadie discute que las preferencias de las personas sobre vivienda cambian conforme evoluciona su ciclo vital. El espectacular crecimiento del número de hogares monoparentales en toda Europa j...
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El interés social, académico y político hacia el comportamiento emprendedor ha crecido en los últimos años puesto que se considera, en el marco de una sociedad capitalista, una forma de luchar contra el paro y la exclusión en determinados colectivos que, como las mujeres y los inmigrantes, se encuentran discriminados y marginados en el ámbito socio...
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One of the most significant changes affecting family structures in Europe over the last few decades is the remarkable increase in the number of lone-parent families as a result of the dissolution of relationships. Housing is one of the primary needs that arises. Attitudes for coping with the situation are varied and are determined by a number of fa...
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Uno de los cambios más significativos experimentados por las estructuras familiares en Europa en las últimas décadas lo constituye el notable incremento del número de familias monoparentales como consecuencia de una ruptura de pareja y una de las necesidades primarias con las que se encuentran es la relativa a la vivienda. Las actitudes para afront...
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Despite the growing presence of female immigrants in Western countries, research on the subject highlights two important biases that hinder appropriate explanation of the migratory phenomenon and hence prevent adequate intervention. First, most of the research studies conducted so far focus on male migration; second, the macro-social perspective ha...
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In spite of the actions developed during the last years in the legal, political, economic and cultural domains to foster gender equity and parity, in the psychosocial sphere certain psychological differences are likely to persist between men and women that, due to their own implicit and informal character, are difficult to detect but that, no doubt...

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