241 student Why We Hate

241 student Why We Hate - • What the IAT consists of –...

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Page 1 of 2 Notetaking Outline for “Why We Hate” Xenophobia Definition – Origin of the word – Example from WWII – Groups we are xenophobic about today (per text) – Social Identity theory – Why we feel the need to divide everyone into “Us” and “Them”: The Process of Developing a Prejudice (per Tajfel and Turner): The “Implicit Association Test” (IAT) by Greenwald and Banaji: Why it is difficult to study prejudice/social bias – Why the investigators developed the IAT –
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Unformatted text preview: • What the IAT consists of – • Research findings using the IAT – • Additional research findings by Banaji re: underlying attitudes of people who favor profiling Arab Muslims to deter terrorism – Page 2 of 2 Authors’ Suggestions on How to Dismantle Stereotypes & Prejudices: • Re: imposing group labels – • Re: cooperation between group members – • Re: the impact of guilt on future behavior –...
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This note was uploaded on 01/13/2011 for the course SOC 241 taught by Professor Dr.lisagreywhitaker during the Spring '10 term at ASU.

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