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Stereotyping and Prejudice

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ISBN-10: 1848726449

ISBN-13: 9781848726444

Edition: 2013

Authors: Charles Stangor, Christian S. Crandall

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This volume presents a contemporary and comprehensive overview of the great diversity of theoretical interests, new ideas, and practical applications that characterize social psychological approaches to stereotyping and prejudice.All the contributions are written by renowned scholars in the field, with some chapters focusing on fundamental principles, including research questions about the brain structures that help us categorize and judge others, the role of evolution in prejudice, and how prejudice relates to language, communication, and social norms. Several chapters review a new dimension that has frequently been understudied – the role of the social context in creating them. Another…    
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Book details

List price: $93.99
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Publication date: 5/9/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 304
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

List of Illustrations
Preface: Introductory Remarks
The Social Neuroscience of Prejudice: Then, Now, and What's to Come
Evolutionary Perspectives on Prejudice
When We See Prejudice: The Normative Window and Social Change
An Adaptationist Perspective on the Psychology of Intergroup Prejudice
Stereotype Threat
Cultural Dynamics of Intergroup Relations: How Communications Can Shape Intergroup Reality
Stereotypes and Prejudice from an Intergroup Relations Perspective: Their Relation to Social Structure
From Prejudiced People to Prejudiced Places: A Social-Contextual Approach to Prejudice
Social Psychological Approaches to Understanding Small-Group Diversity: The Flexibility of Cognitive Representations
Group Identification and Prejudice Distribution: Implications for Diversity
Oh the Places We Should Go!: Stereotyping and Prejudice in (Real) Mixed Interactions