Lecture 8 - Stereotypes Prejudice Discrimination 1 Groups...

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Stereotypes, Prejudice, Discrimination 03/09/11 1
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2 Groups and Negative ABCs groups feel membership, belonging, identity with a group? yes = INGROUP ; no = OUTGROUP negative ABCs stereotypes beliefs (pos/neg) prejudice feelings (neg) discrimination behaviors (neg)
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3 Racism racism prejudice & discrimination based on race promote one race over other implicit racism: unconscious, unintentional modern racism: subtle prejudice; when safe, socially acceptable, easy rational
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4 Sexism sexism prejudice & discrimination based on sex promote one sex over other (men > women) prescriptive, not just descriptive ambivalent sexism: hostile v. benevolent sex discrimination: agentic v. communal
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5 Fundamental Motives social nature of human animal affiliation: “us” v. “them” protect against threats Robbers Cave study (intergroup conflict)
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6 Cause: Social Categorization social categorization ingroups v. outgroups ingroup favoritism outgroup homogeneity effect dehumanizing outgroups
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