L3 Prejudice & Discrimination

This produces three routes to positive social

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Unformatted text preview: uces three routes to positive social identity: social mobility, social creativity, and social competition. Example 1: Language Attitudes Lambert et al. (1960) Matched Guise Technique French- and Anglo-Canadians rate series of bilingual speakers Example 2: Tokenism French seen low on all dimensions except kindness and religiousness, Anglos seen high on all—IQ, competence, attractiveness etc. What intergroup context would promote this? 3 Wright, Taylor, & Moghaddam (1990) Group boundary permeability (30% quota, 2% quota, 0% quota) All subjects in a low status “unsophisticated” decision making group Opportunity to move to “sophisticated group” Do task, and told got 88% Criteria for entry is 85% All subjects denied entry by high status group Given options to appeal to high status group Behavioral Options: (a) Accept decision (b) Individual re-test (“normative-individual”) re(“normative(c) Individual protest (“non-normative-individual”) “non-normative(d) Collective re-test (“normative-collective”) re(“normative(e) Collective protest (“non-normative-collective”) (“non-normative- Results Accept Indiv/norm Indiv/nonIndiv/non-norm Coll/norm Coll/no...
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This note was uploaded on 01/21/2014 for the course COMM 109 taught by Professor Reid,s during the Spring '08 term at UCSB.

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