Inequality within societies is associated with poor well-being outcomes due to the corosive effect it has on social relations. This project found that social factors, such as shared superordinate identity and multiple group memberships, may buffer against the negative effect of inequality on prosociality.

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Project members

Michael Dare

Research Assistant
PhD Candidate
The University of Queensland

Professor Jolanda Jetten

SIGN Director, SIGNify Co-Director
Professor of Social Psychology
The University of Queensland