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Chapter 1. Ostracism: Ubiquitous and Powerful Chapter 2. Forty Years of Solitude: Cases of Ostracism Chapter 3. A Model of Ostracism Chapter 4. Forty Minutes of Silence: Narratives of Short-Term Episodes of the Silent Treatment Chapter 5. The Scarlet Letter Study: Five Days of Ostracism Chapter 6. Laboratory Experiments: The Ball-Tossing Paradigm Chapter 7. More Laboratory Experiments: The Train Ride Chapter 8. Cyberostracism: Getting Silenced on the Internet Chapter 9. Ostracism in and by Organizations Chapter 10. Everyday Ostracism over Days, Months, and Years Chapter 11. Reflections and Future Aims References Index

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'Relying on a judicious mix of case studies, experiments, and role play, Williams explores ostracism in narratives, the laboratory, office settings, and even on the internet (being shunned online is by no means uncommon). This wonderful II-chapter book illustrates that important, unexplored issues amenable to traditional social psychological analysis remain to be explored.' - Choice 'On the heels of school shootings by socially rejected youth, nothing could be more timely than this fascinating exploration of the root causes and far-reaching effects of ostracism. Williams' research and reflections, blended with compelling life experiences, make for riveting reading. This is psychological science at its best.' - David G. Myers, PhD, Hope College, Holland, Michigan 'This is a scholarly, engaging, and lucidly written work. Williams, a foremost authority on the topic, has done an admirable job documenting the prevalence of ostracism across history, cultures, and the course of human development. He elucidates the causes and consequences of ostracism by presenting a compelling theoretical model and supporting it through a series of fascinating laboratory experiments, internet-based research, narrative accounts, in-depth interviews, and surveys. Social scientists and undergraduate and graduate-level students will be awed by the power of this book to explain a complex phenomenon so elegantly and to provide so many valuable insights into both the dark and bright sides of human behavior.' - Constantine Sedikides, PhD, University of Southampton, England 'Williams writes in a lively and engaging style about a phenomenon that until now has been paid little attention by social psychologists. Ostracism is a groundbreaking book that sets the agenda for future research in this area. The accessible tone will draw readers in from the very first page, making the book suitable for upper-level students as well as researchers and behavioral science professionals. This is a book that is very hard to put down.' - Michael A. Hogg, PhD, FASSA, University of Queensland, Australia

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