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You MUST back up your contention by using an example from the film and explaining thoroughly. (1 pt.) BOTH a AND b MUST BE ANSWERED TO EARN THE POINT. TYPE YOUR ANSWERS HERE. You are required to number each part of every answer. For example, 2a, 2b, etc. if applicable.
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Question 3: According to David G. Myers (author of your textbook), the cognitive sources of prejudice are: Spontaneous categorization Perceived Similarities and Differences (Outgroup homogeneity effect) Distinctiveness (Perceiving People that Stand Out) Vivid Cases Attribution (Just World Phenomenon) Discuss one cognitive source of prejudice illustrated, in the film, The Two Towns of Jasper. Choose, one cognitive source of prejudice illustrated, from the list above. (1 pt.) b) Explain in detail why this is a cognitive source of prejudice in regards to James Byrd’s murder. You MUST back up your contention by using an example from the film and explaining thoroughly. (1 pt.) BOTH a AND b MUST BE ANSWERED TO EARN THE POINT. TYPE YOUR ANSWERS HERE. You are required to number each part of every answer. For example, 3a, 3b, etc. if applicable. Question 4: a) What was your initial reaction to the film, The Two Towns of Jasper? Be specific. (1 pt.) b) Has your initial reaction changed or not changed since studying module 23 in Exploring Social Psychology? (1 pt.) c) If yes, why? If no, why not? You must explain your answer using social psychological concepts. (1 pt.) EVERY QUESTION MUST BE ANSWERED TO EARN CREDIT. TYPE YOUR ANSWERS HERE. You are required to number each part of every answer. For example, 4a, 4b, etc. if applicable.
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