lecture6prejudice - Stereotypes&Prejudice:Lecture Six

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Stereotypes & Prejudice: Lecture  Six Ubiquitous – any differentiated       target Ronald Martin, Robert Patterson, and Mark Martin stage a sit-down  strike after being refused service at a F.W. Woolworth lunch counter in  Greensboro, N.C., 1960 Wartime discrimination in Canada
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E.g. Race – Clark & Clark (1947) They found that Black children: - often preferred - that, asked to fill in a human figure with the color -   - and that they viewed white  -     They viewed this as evidence of internalized  racism  caused by  stigmatization and discrimination 
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Gender – Goldberg (1968), research     reports Ubiquitous – race, religion, nationality Attractiveness, height, weight, Aids, Race examples: (overheads)
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Prejudice Evaluative  (negative) … Discrimination negative,  Stereotype Belief  .. Genocide an attempt to systematically eliminate an ethnic group  through banishment or murder Some Definitions (Pp. 324- 325)
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ABC model: Prejudice – affect Stereotype – cognitive (Lippman, 1922) Discrimination – behavioural/conative Racism – overt/covert Overt: Bond (1988) psychiatric patients (initially) blacks – 
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Covert Memory study (overhead) NFL study    whites:    blacks: 
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Assessment Katz & Braly (1933) Think of average white american male, think of  average black american male, which traits do you  think best describe him Participants – white Princeton undergrad  males Add up positivity of traits ascribed ..
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By 1960’s, little difference in traits ascribed to  whites and blacks in replications Reduction is fading or faking?? Research problem Sigal & Page (1971) – Bogus Pipeline  Technique A)  B) 
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Pipeline condition Training phase –  Experimental phase –  Results                   average favorability rating                  Blacks                    Whites Rating         Form Pipeline                  
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Current evidence – more fading…… E.g., gender           race     
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Sources of  Prejudice/Discrimination/Stereotypes              Frustration (Scapegoating) Text    Realistic Conflict Social Identity                    Integrated Threat Theory                           
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McCann – sources - Bad Person Theory - Cognitive Theory (ingroup/outgroup identity theory                              & Campbell’s Cognitive theory) - Realistic Conflict Theory - Bad Person Theory - Not me,  but… - people who are prejudiced are  - T (simplistic,  with a limited application) -but, people often believe in this
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2010 for the course PSYC PSYC 2120 taught by Professor Dougmccann during the Fall '10 term at York University.

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lecture6prejudice - Stereotypes&Prejudice:Lecture Six

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