Prejudice Outline

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Prejudice 11/24/10
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Three Components of Prejudice Prejudice The ____________ component I don’t like college students. Stereotypes The ____________ component College students are loud, disrespectful, and party a lot. Discrimination The ____________ component I refuse to rent my house to college students.
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Prejudice Brown-eyed/Blue-eyed Study (Elliot)
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Theories of Prejudice 1) _________________________________ __ Prejudice as displaced aggression Groups with lower status become scapegoats Cotton & Lynchings (Hovland & Sears, 1940)
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2. Realistic Group Conflict Theory ____________________________ Robber’s Cave Experiment (Sherif, 1954) Phase 1: Group ________________ Establish roles and norms
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2. Realistic Group Conflict Theory Competition over scarce resources Robber’s Cave Experiment (Sherif, 1954) Phase 1: Group development Establish roles and norms Phase 2: _______________ Development of prejudice
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2. Realistic Group Conflict Theory Competition over scarce resources Robber’s Cave Experiment (Sherif, 1954) Phase 1: Group development Establish roles and norms Phase 2: Competition Development of prejudice Phase 3: __________________ Prejudice is reduced
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3. Social Identity Theory Personal vs. ________ Identity Derive ______________ from social identity ________________ Paradigm (Tajfel) Ingroup favoritism Distribution of resources Trust Attributions Jewish American Princess Study (Fein &
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Personal Identity Social Identities Social Identity Theory (Tajfel, 1982) Two types of identity
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Consequences of Social Identities 1) Group attributes become _________________ 2) Develop attachment to ingroup Collective Self-esteem BIRGing & CORFing
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Collective Self-Esteem (Luhtanen & Crocker, 1992) Defined as the self-esteem that is derived from a positive social identity Private _______ “I’m glad to be a member of the social groups I belong to.” Public __________ “Others respect the social groups that I am a member of.” Identity “The social groups I belong to are an important reflection of who I am.” Worthy Membership “I am a worthy member of the social groups I belong to.”
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BIRGing & CORFing ________________________ (Cialdini et al., 1976) People advertise their membership in a group when that group succeeds.
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