Ch 5: Stereotypes, Prejudice, & Discrimination. Part 1: Sept. 26, 2011. Conceptual Definitions. Distinguish stereotype, prejudice, discrimination from each other: Stereotype = Prejudice = Discrimination = Affective, Behavioral, Cognitive components?
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Ch 5: Stereotypes, Prejudice, & Discrimination Part 1: Sept. 26, 2011
Conceptual Definitions • Distinguish stereotype, prejudice, discrimination from each other: • Stereotype = • Prejudice = • Discrimination = • Affective, Behavioral, Cognitive components? • Groups can be ingroups (our own groups) or outgroups (groups other than our own)
Racism • Less overt racism today • Now, ‘modern racism’ is more likely • What are these types of behaviors? • Implicit racism – unconscious operation • Differences in judgments of criminal defendants
Implicit Attitudes • How to best measure racism? • Problems with self-reports: • Implicit Association Test (IAT) – how does it work?
Perceptual differences • Ingroup vs. outgroup member judgments: • What are some research results related to this? • Interracial interactions: • Behavioral differences based on implicit racism – • Behavior regulation • Norton’s (2006) “Guess Who” study -
Sexism • Gender stereotypes – • prescriptive vs. descriptive stereotypes • Ambivalent sexism: • Hostile sexism – • Benevolent sexism -
Behavioral differences in hostile & benevolent sexism? • Links to discrimination – • Occupational differences - “sex segregation” • Wage gap for comparable jobs: