Unformatted text preview: just to get a favorable score or outcome. A lot of people are quiet about their prejudice and don’t let it be known outside their home or even themselves. Another measurement sociologists use to determine prejudice is the Bogardus social distance scale which was developed by Emery S. Bogardus in the 1930’s and attempts to measure peoples warmth, intimacy, indifference, or hostility towards another group with a series of statements about a particular group (i.e Religious group) and if a person would want this group to be allowed in the country, fellow citizens, neighbors, personal friends, and close kin by marriage....
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- Spring '09