Psych 101 Module 57 - Psych 101 Module 57 Module 57...

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Psych 101 Module 57 Module 57 28/08/2007 22:14:00 Prejudice-  unjustifiable negative attitude toward a group.  A mixture of beliefs  (stereotypes), emotions, and predispositions to action ( to discriminate).   Discrimination - is negative behavior as a result of a prejudice. - Many gender discriminations against women, however people prefer kinder women  features. Social inequalities- 1954 book Gordon Allport noted that being a victim of  discrimination can produce either self-blame or anger. The “ingroup” and “outgroup” promote group identities that promote an  imgroup  bias  which is favoring one’s own group. Categorization- one way that we simplify the world.  Just-world phenomenon-  the tendency of people to believe the world is just and  that people therefore get what they deserve and deserve what they get. Aggression- 
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