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Click to edit Master subtitle style  2/4/11 Module 58:   antisocial relations October 14, 2010
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 2/4/11 Antisocial relations Prejudice
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 2/4/11 prejudice
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 2/4/11 prejudice An unjustifiable (and usually negative) attitude  toward a group and its members Prejudgment Generally involves: Stereotyped beliefs Negative feelings Predisposition to discriminatory action
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 2/4/11 stereotypes A generalized (sometimes accurate but over  generalized) belief about a  group of people Beliefs portion of prejudice
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 2/4/11 discrimination Unjustifiable negative behavior toward a  group and its members
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 2/4/11 Types of prejudice Overt prejudice has decreased There are still instances of it in society Subtle prejudice remains A modern prejudice
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 2/4/11 Study:  subtle prejudice LA area:  1115 landlords received identical  emails from would-be tenants Different signatures-positive replies Tyrell Jackson 56% Said Al-Rahman 66% Patrick McDougal 89%
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 2/4/11 Events can cause prejudice Example:  9/11 After attacks, 4 in 10 Americans admitted to  feelings of prejudice against Muslims Viewed Muslims as “violent” Muslims viewed Americans as “greedy” and  “immoral”
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 2/4/11 Gender prejudice and  discrimination--Intelligence Scores are equal Perceive fathers as more intelligent We pay more to those who are drivers  (typically men) than those in childcare  (typically women)
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