The Bases and Functions of Prejudice and Discrimination

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1. The Bases and Functions of Prejudice and Discrimination Prejudice: the thoughts, feelings, or attitudes, positive or negative, we have about certain groups. Discrimination: our actions, positive or negative, active or passive, we take towards certain groups.

2. Discrimination Individual Institutional

3. Factors Promoting & Maintaining Prejudice and Discrimination Scapegoating Frustration Aggression Authoritarian Personality (Adorno_)

4. Factors Promoting & Maintaining Prejudice and Discrimination Stereotyping Cognitive dissonance Selective perception Self-fulfilling prophecy

5. Factors Promoting & Maintaining Prejudice and Discrimination Ideologies Social Darwinism Nazism’s “master race” The Bell Curve (Herrnstein & Murray, 1994) Color Blind Ideas

6. Factors Promoting & Maintaining Prejudice and Discrimination Benefits of Racism & Exploitation Economic Slavery Internal Colonialism Conflict Theory Split-Labor Market Theory

7. Factors Promoting & Maintaining Prejudice and Discrimination Benefits of Racism & Exploitation Psychological Sense of superiority Compensatory status function Fundamental attribution error

8. Interaction of Prejudice & Discrimination

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