UT Arlington PSYC 3301 - Lecture PowerPoint Chapter 13 (8 pages)

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Psyc 3301 - Psychology of Humans

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11 18 2014 CHAPTER 13 Prejudice and Discrimination Prejudice and discrimination Stereotyping as the basis of prejudiced attitudes Cognitive component presumption of out group homogeneity distortion of social perception biased assimilation and selffulfilling prophecies Affective component anxiety and emotional arousal Behavioral component latent and manifest discrimination 1 11 18 2014 Prejudice and discrimination Stereotyping as the basis of prejudiced attitudes Cognitive component presumption of out group homogeneity distortion of social perception biased assimilation and selffulfilling prophecies Affective component anxiety and emotional arousal Behavioral component latent and manifest discrimination 2 11 18 2014 Prejudice and discrimination Descriptive versus prescriptive stereotypes Resistance of stereotypes encouraging an accuracy set discouraging a reliance on stereotypic cues paying people to be accurate all fail to counter stereotyping Compensatory stereotypes the misbehaving minister Prejudice and discrimination Discrimination prejudice in action Forms of discrimination avoidance exclusion denial of opportunities and benefits exploitation assault abuse hate crimes murder Job discrimination in hiring training job assignment pay and promotion denial of assistance and benefits tokenism 3 11 18 2014 Explanations of prejudice Intergroup conflict competition and realistic conflict theory Us versus them social categorization The ingroup outgroup distinction Ingroup heterogeneity outgroup homogeneity presumed superiority of ingroup social competition Explanations of prejudice The role of social learning Are bigots made rather than born Direct socialization family peers teachers Indirect socialization mass media Innate prejudice Are bigots born rather than made the possible role of evolved xenophobia Summing up all explanations may play a role 4 11 18 2014 5 11 18 2014 Explanations of prejudice The role of social learning Are bigots made rather than born Direct



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