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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYCH 3CD3
Professor
Jennifer Ostovich
Semester
Winter

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Psych 3CD3           Wednesday, January 15, 2014 Intergroup Relations Summary • Ingroup­outgroup categorization may be inevitable • Ingroup favouritism may be inevitable • BUT outgroup antipathy is probably not inevitable • Allport (1954) on “love prejudice” vs. “hate prejudice” o Love prejudice forces us to develop hate prejudice for certain groups o Ingroup favouritism is the root of prejudice problems • Implications for intergroup relations? o If outgroup antipathy is not inevitable, there is hope for reducing prejudice o In evolutionary terms, if you feel anxious around an outgroup member,  you may reinforce outgroup antipathy Family, the Media, Direct Experience Origins of Stereotype Content Value Transmission in Families • Direct transmission o Actual teaching, overt instruction • Indirect transmission o Through jokes, nonverbal behaviours o Kids learn stuff t
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