antisocial relations

antisocial relations - AntisocialRelations Module58

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Antisocial Relations Module 58
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Why do we sometimes treat one another kindly  sometimes but with aggression and prejudice at other  times?
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In your opinion, do people  usually get what they deserve? A. Yes B. No
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Prejudice Prejudice : unjustifiable (usually negative)  attitude toward a group and its members –  often of different cultural, ethnic or gender  groups. 1. Beliefs (stereotypes) 2. Emotions (hostility, envy, fear) 3. Predisposition to  act  (to discriminate) Components of Prejudice
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Invisible and Persistent Prejudice v Americans today  express  much less  prejudice, but prejudices still exist. Ø Women perceived as less intelligent Ø Women more likely to live in poverty than men Ø Selective abortion of girls in China and India Ø Racial profiling—highways, airports Ø Hiring practices
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Measuring Prejudice v Implicit  measures of prejudice  Ø White respondents slower to identify words like 
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