PGS 451, Lec 1, Introduction

PGS 451, Lec 1, Introduction - • Marital status •...

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Introduction to Stereotyping & Prejudice
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Prejudice: Affect Stereotype: Cognition Discrimination: Behavior
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Individual Differences vs Social Categories Individual Differences Continuums Social Differences: Categories
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Social Groups Race & Ethnicity Gender Age Social Class Religion Sexual Orientation Disabilities Weight
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We Statistics! Race/Ethnicity White Black Hispanic/Latino Other Gender Male Female Transgendered Religion Christianity Jewish Other Non-affiliated *Based on last US census & other 2001  data
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We Statistics! Social Class Upper Upper middle Lower middle - Working - Lower - Sexual Orientation - Gay males - Lesbians - Bisexual - Disability - All ages - Above 65 - Weight (Obesity) - 1- adolescence - All ages *Based on last US census & other 2001  data
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Other social differences?
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Unformatted text preview: • Marital status • Occupations • Political views • Etc. Schemas • Schemas create expectancies, which effect – 1 – 2 – 3 Social Schemas Naturally evolved processes • Forming Groups – Advantages: – Disadvantages: • Categorization – Functionality of object categorization Naturally evolved processes • Forming Groups – Advantages: – Disadvantages: • Categorization – Functionality of object categorization – Functionality of social categorization Old Fashioned vs Modern Prejudice Cultural vs Individual Stereotypes Overview of Class • Who? • What? • How? • Why? • When? • Where? • Origins of prejudice • Perpetuation of prejudice • Reducing prejudice Overview of Class...
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