wk7_ethnicity - -. 4. Normative Theory- Are you prejudice?...

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Date: ____________________ Race Week 7 The MILGRAM EXPERIMENT 0. Studies the Obedience to Authority 0. Yale from 1961-1962 Holocaust Genocide 1. Starts as Prejudice can lead to Violence 1. Prejudice : Any negative about another group. 2. Discrimination : certain groups of people differently. 3. Isolation : 4. Persecution : campaign to 5. Genocide : the deliberate and systematic extermination 1
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How Hatred Starts…. Prejudice and Discrimination PREJUDICE - DISCRIMINATION - Why Target one Group? 0. THEORIES OF PREJUDICE 0. Scapegoat Theory - 2. Authoritarian Personality - 3. Exploitation Theory
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Unformatted text preview: -. 4. Normative Theory- Are you prejudice? 2. People learn prejudice as children. 3. 4. Usually comes from ETHNOCENTRISM-A Class Divided- 2 Are you prejudice? How Does Prejudice start? 5. Usually with STEREOTYPES: Mythical Norm 6. A stereotype that is perpetuated by society, against which everyone else is measured. 7. MERTONS TYPOLOGY LaPieres Study What does Prejudice look like Today? 8. SYMBOLIC RACISM THE VICIOUS CYCLE 3 Income by Education & Race, 2005 Privilege vs. Oppression Solutions to Prejudice 1. 2. 3. 4. 4...
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