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prejudice is the ___ to judge others on the basis of their __, or "ill thinking of others without____" (___.__)

tendency, group membership, sufficient warrant, allport 1954

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dicrimination is unfair/biased

conduct

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explaining prejudice:personality involves

authoritarian personality then dogmatism/close-mindedness

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authoritarian personalities have high scores on the __(__) scale, and is suggested to be due to upbringing as __

F, fascist, if brought up harshly likely to project this onto weaker people later in life

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a limitation of questionnaires is ____ which is just randomly ticking

aquiescence response

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___(__): frustration- aggression theory explains prejudice from ____ stance

dollard et all, 1939, motivational

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Dollard et al (1939)s frustration aggression theory principles were aligned with historical events by

Hogg&Vaughan 2009 (ex price of cotten correlated to racial aggression)

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the f-a hypothesis can be described as __ because agression can ___

partial, occur without frustration

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cognition is used to explain prej by:

stereotypes, cognitive efficiency, accentuation principle, shared distinctiveness to illusory correlation, and resistance to change

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____ showed effect of conservative/liberal housing on how people would vote?

siegel&siegel

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___(__) showed that white south us is mre racist but there were no differences in __

pettigrew 1958, authoritative personality

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intergroup theories explain prejudice in in 2 ways:

Realistic conflict theory (sherif, 1954), social id theory (tajfel et al 1971-via minimal group experiments)

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3 stages of __(__)s robbers cave experiement to show realistic conflict theory:

1. group formation
2. intergroup conflict
3. conflict reduction

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minimal group paradigm =

why do people discriminate in minimal groups- = norms, categorisation, social id

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norms:

tajfel 1971 (competitiveness)

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categorisation:

doise 1976 (max ifference between and min diff inter)

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social id:

tajfel 1978 (iding self as part of a group so wanting group to succeed)

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Tajfels 1971 minimal group experiments aimed to establish ___ of where competition takes ___ and groups are formed

tipping point, effect

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permeable boundary-->

social mobility (disID with in, pref. for out)

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impermeable boundary (stable)-->

social change/creativity

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impermeable (unstable)-->

social changes/ competition

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5 intergroup theories of conflict reduction

1. contact hypothesis
2. superordinate goals
3. redrawing category boundaries (re-cat into larger super group- tuner 1981)
4.superordinate norms
5.changing perceptions of intergroup sturctures

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___&___(__) gave support for the contact hypothesis of intergroup theories of conflict reduction, as ___ contact predicted a __% __ in prejudice to entire outgroup-extended beyond racial groups

pettrigew, tropp, 2006, increased, 94, decrease