PGS 451, Lec 4, Expression & Communication of Stereotypes_1

PGS 451, Lec 4, Expression & Communication of Stereotypes_1

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Expression & Communication of Stereotypes
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Verbal Expressions of Prejudice to outgroup members Hate crimes & hate speech Group-targeted humor Patronizing
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Hate Group Recruitment Need for identity Searching for answers Empowerment of violence
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Group-Targeted Humor Why is something perceived as humorous?
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Patronizing Secondary Baby Speak Define Motivated by… Characteristics 3 types Effects
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Patronizing Controlling Talk Three kinds When used most?
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Heimlich Maneuver Study Cite: Participants: Task: Varied: Found:
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Inappropriate Performance Feedback Informal conversation Formal evaluations
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The Nonverbal Expression of Prejudice Facial expressions Nonverbal vocalizations Decreased “Immediacy” behaviors Increased Status behaviors
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The Nonverbal Expression of Prejudice Facial expressions
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Nonverbal vocalizations The Nonverbal Expression of Prejudice
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Decreased “Immediacy” behaviors The Nonverbal Expression of Prejudice
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The Nonverbal Expression of Prejudice Increased Status behaviors
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Cite: Participants: Task: Varied: Found: Chats with the Unattractive
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Chats with the Lonely Cite: Participants: Task: Varied: Found:
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