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Advances in Identity Theory and Research
Excerpt] This chapter poses the question: How do emotional aspects of social interaction affect the emergence and salience of collective identities? I assume that social interaction inherently involves an implicit or explicit joint task-namely to accomplish some result that can only be produced with others. The most fundamental "task" of social interaction can be construed as the coordination and alignment of behavior, such that actors successfully conclude the interact ion episode. Essentialdoi:10.1007/978-1-4419-9188-1_10 fatcat:2jxbqrmahbc6lmqzvio566fa5q