Chapter 9 - Ethnocentric attitudes Religion Institutional...

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Chapter 9: Prejudice Categorization Social categorization stereotypes Positive vs. negative stereotypes Accurate vs. inaccurate stereotypes
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Chapter 9: Prejudice Forming stereotypes Personal experience Distinctiveness Social roles Social learning Impact of others Social norms media
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Chapter 9: Prejudice Prejudice and discrimination Types of prejudice Racism, sexism, ageism, etc.
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Chapter 9: Prejudice Does racism still exist? How about sexism?
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Chapter 9: Prejudice Are we always aware of our own prejudice? Explicit (conscious) attitudes Implicit (unconscious) attitudes
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Chapter 9: Prejudice Sources of prejudice Social sources Social inequalities Socialization Media Authoritarianism
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Unformatted text preview: Ethnocentric attitudes Religion Institutional support Chapter 9: Prejudice Sources of prejudice, cont. Motivational sources Frustration and aggression theory Realistic conflict theory Social identity theory Ingroups vs, outgroups Chapter 9: Prejudice Sources of prejudice, cont. Cognitive sources Categorization Outgroup homogeneity effect Ingroup differentiation effect Attributions Fundamental attribution error Group-serving bias Just-world phenomenon Chapter 9: Prejudice Changing stereotypes and challenging prejudice Intergroup contact Recategorization Cognitive intervention...
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This note was uploaded on 06/11/2008 for the course PSYCH 240 taught by Professor Devenport during the Spring '08 term at Western Washington.

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