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Prej. vs. stereotypes vs. discrimination. Does it have to be negative?. Does it have to be held by high status group?. Is it implicit or explicit or both? (IAT. ?). Blatant vs. subtle? . How can it be measured? .
Although its harmful effects are experienced most acutely by its targets, everyone is negatively affected by prejudice. The study of prejudice has been a central focus of social psychology for most of the last century .
List all the ways you can think . of.. What problems are caused by prejudice?. Learning objective. Define and explain Prejudice, Discrimination and Stereotyping. Explain . Tajfel’s. Social Identity Theory as an explanation of prejudice.
Questions:. As our society becomes more diverse, does stereotyping, prejudice, discrimination and racism increase or decrease?. What forms of racism, discrimination and prejudice have occurred in world history? Why? .
What’s in a Word or Symbol?. Racism . is a negative behaviour based on an incorrect assumption that one race is inherently superior to others. . Discrimination . is unfair actions directed against people based on their race, gender, ethnicity, nationality, language or sexual orientation. .
How does Prejudice Develop?. Like other attitudes, prejudice is primarily influenced by learning processes, including repeated exposure. For example, children hear many prejudiced views expressed by parents, other adults and peers and they may adopt these views. Children can also learn prejudices through the subtle messages conveyed in the media about groups in our society..
Defining terminology. Race:. Belief that observable differences in skin color (and other perceived physical attributes) are connected to other differences between people; believed by many to be biological, but really there is nothing biologically different about people of different races. .
Prejudice, Racism, and Discrimination. A great many people think they are thinking when they are merely rearranging their prejudices…. William James. . The less secure a man is, the more likely he is to have extreme prejudices….
Chapter 9 Section 3. Prejudice. Widely held negative attitudes toward a group and its individual members. Can be both minority and majority. Racism. Extreme form of prejudice that assumes superiority of one group over others.
What about prejudice and racism?. Do you think it is possible to be free of prejudice, discrimination and/or racism? Explain!. Bell Ringer!. Have you ever . felt like someone judged you before they really .
Tajfel. (1971). How many ways are there to discriminate against people?. List all the ways you can think of.. What problems are caused by prejudice?. What is the difference between prejudice and discrimination?.