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22 January, 17:54

Rafael has joined the Spanish Club at his school. According to the social identity theory, what is Rafael likely to do when he meets individuals from the German Club or French Club and defines them as outgroup members?

a. Rafael will want to be friends with the outgroup members.

b. Rafael will exaggerate the similarities between his ingroup and the outgroups.

c. Rafael will exaggerate the similarities amongst outgroup members.

d. Rafael will see the groups as equal and want to decrease the social distance that exists.

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  1. 22 January, 19:45
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    Answer:it's probably A or B

    Explanation:

    I'm not really sure but maybe it's B Rafael will exaggerate the similarities between his in group and the out group ...
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