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The nature of prejudice

Author: Gordon W Allport
Publisher: Reading, Mass. : Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., [1979], ©1954.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : Unabridged, 25th anniversary edView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gordon W Allport
ISBN: 0201001780 9780201001785 0201001799 9780201001792
OCLC Number: 5336543
Description: xxxii, 537 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: pt. I. Preferential thinking --
1. What is the problem? --
2. The normality of prejudgment --
3. Formation of in-groups --
4. Rejection of out-groups --
5. Patterning and extent of prejudice --
pt. II. Group differences --
6. The scientific study of group differences --
7. Racial and ethnic differences --
8. Visibility and strangeness --
9. Traits due to victimization --
pt. III. Perceiving and thinking about group differences --
10. The cognitive process --
11. Linguistic factors --
12. Stereotypes in our culture --
13. Theories of prejudice --
pt. IV. Sociocultural factors --
14. Social structure and cultural pattern --
15. Choice of scapegoats --
16. The effect of contact --
pt. V. Acquiring prejudice --
17. Conforming --
18. The young child --
19. Later learning --
20. Inner conflict --
pt. VI. The dynamics of prejudice --
21. Frustration --
22. Aggression and hatred --
23. Anxiety, sex, guilt --
24. Projection --
pt. VII. Character structure --
25. The prejudiced personality --
26. Demagogy --
27. The tolerant personality --
28. Religion and prejudice --
pt. VIII. Reducing group tensions --
29. Ought there to be a law? --
30. Evaluation of programs --
31. Limitations and horizons.
Responsibility: Gordon W. Allport ; introd. by Kenneth Clark, foreword by Thomas Pettigrew.
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