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Stereotypes: Consequences for Asian Americans PSY M107 /AAS M117
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Stereotypes of Asian Americans/ Pacific Islanders Class Exercise: Asian Indians Cambodians Chinese Filipinos Koreans Japanese Native Hawaiians Samoans Vietnamese Princeton Trilogy Gilbert (1951) Karlins, Coffman & Walters (1969)
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Why do we stereotype? Cognitive processes Socio-cultural processes Motivational processes
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Why is Stereotyping a Problem? Stereotypes reflect reality but also distort it in three ways: Stereotypes accentuate differences between groups. Stereotypes underestimate differences within other groups - Outgroup Homogeneity bias Stereotypes produce selective perception.
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Stereotypes as Social Control Fiske (1993) Descriptive stereotypes : Anchors How most people in the group behave, feel, think Prescriptive stereotypes: Fences How people in the group SHOULD behave, feel, think Stereotypes and power: Those in power engage in more stereotyping
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