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Stereotypes and prejudice : essential readings

Author: Charles Stangor
Publisher: Philadelphia, PA : Psychology Press, 2000.
Series: Key readings references and index.
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This work contains a collection of classic and contemporary readings that have contributed to our understanding of stereotyping and prejudice from a social-psychological perspective. The selected  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Stangor
ISBN: 0863775888 9780863775888 0863775896 9780863775895
OCLC Number: 1027948231
Description: xii, 480 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: C. Stangor, Volume Overview. Part I: Conceptualizing Stereotypes and Prejudice. G. Allport, The Nature of Prejudice. H. Tajfel & J. Forgas, Social Categorization: Cognitions, Values, and Groups. C. Stangor & M. Schaller, Stereotypes as Individual and Collective Representations. Part II: Measuring Stereotypes and Prejudice. P. Devine & A. Elliot, Are Racial Stereotypes Really Fading? A. Eagly & A. Mladinic, Gender Stereotypes and Attitudes toward Women and Men. I. Katz & R. Hass, Racial Ambivalence and American Value Conflict: Correlational and Priming Studies of Dual Cognitive Structures. L. Lepore & R. Brown, Category and Stereotype Activation: Is Prejudice Inevitable. Part III: How do Stereotypes Develop? A. Eagly & V. Steffen, Gender Stereotypes from the Distribution of Women and Men into Social Roles. D. Hamilton & R. Gifford, Illusory Correlation in Interpersonal Perception: A Cognitive Basis of Stereotypic Judgments. S. Fein & S. Spencer, Prejudice as Self-Image Maintenance: Affirming the Self through Derogating Others. A. Maass, D. Salvi, L. Arcuri, & G. Semin, Language Use in Intergroup Contexts: The Linguistic Intergroup Bias. Part IV: Why are Stereotypes Maintained Even When They are Inaccurate? J. Darley & P. Gross, A Hypothesis-Confirming Bias in Labeling Effects. C. Word, M. Zanna, & J. Cooper, The Nonverbal Mediation of Self-Fulfilling Prophecies in Interracial Interaction. C. Miller, E. Rothblum, D. Felicio, & P. Brand, Compensating for Stigma: Obese and Nonobese Women's reactions to being Visible. Part V: When do We Use Stereotypes? G. V. Bodenhausen, Stereotypes as Judgemental Heuristics: Evidence of Circadian Variations in Discrimination. F. Pratto, J. Sidanius, L. Stallworth, & B. Malle, Social Dominance Orientation: A Personality Variable Predicting Social and Political Attitudes. S. Gaertner & J. Dovidio, The Aversive Form of Racism. M. Monteith, P. Devine, & J. Zuwerink, Self-Directed versus Other-Directed Affect as a Consequence of Prejudice-Related Discrepancies. Part VI: The Impact of Stereotypes and Prejudice. B. Simon & R. Brown, Perceived Intragroup Homogeneity in Minority-Majority Contexts. S. Fiske, D. Bersoff, E. Borgida, K. Deaux, and M. Heilman, Social Science Research on Trial: The Use of Sex Stereotyping Research in Price Waterhouse vs. Hopkins. J. Crocker, K. Voelkl, M. Testa, & B. Major, Social Stigma: The Affective Consequences of Attributional Ambiguity. C. Steele & J. Aronson, Stereotype Threat and the Intellectual Test Performance of African-Americans. Part VII: Improving Intergroup Perceptions and Behavior. M. Hewstone, Contact and Categorization: Social Psychological Interventions to Change Intergroup Relations. M. Rothbart & O. John, Social Categorization and Behavioral Episodes: A Cognitive Analysis of the Effects of Intergroup Contact. S. Gaertner, J. Dovidio, A. Murrell, & M. Pomare, How does Cooperation Reduce Intergroup Bias?
Series Title: Key readings references and index.
Responsibility: [edited by] Charles Stangor.


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