How can our knowledge of the psychological dimensions of self-esteem and identity help us to make sense of intergroup dynamics and conflict?

Thi is the topic: How can our knowledge of the psychological dimensions of self-esteem and identity help us to make sense of intergroup dynamics and conflict?Baumeister et al (2003) ‘Does high self-esteem cause better performance’FileKassin et al (2011) ‘Chapter 3: Social Self’FileBaumeister and Vohs_2018_ Revisiting Our Reappraisal.pdfBaumeister and Vohs_2018_ Revisiting Our Reappraisal.pdfHesketh et al_2004_BMI and parent-reported self-esteem.pdfHesketh et al_2004_BMI and parent-reported self-esteem.pdfRosenberg_1965_The Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale and Summary.pdfRosenberg_1965_The Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale and Summary.pdfMyers, D. Chapters 13 & 14 from ‘Social Psychology’FileJackson (1993) ‘Realistic group conflict theory’FileTajfel & Turner (1979) ‘An Integrative Theory of Intergroup Conflict’FileThe essay should be grounded on these papers and relate to theoriesEvidence of critical thinking is expected. Where relevant, positions can be taken; however, this should take the form of informed argumentation supported by sound logic and, where possible, relevant existing theory and empirical evidence.there needs to be in text citations in apa format and a reference list at the end in apa format