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Psychology
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PSYA02H3
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John Bassili

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Lecture 25 Chapter 15
Affirmative action laws introduce a program/policy that has the purpose of helping
a group being a bit easier in admission standards in particular groups, hiring policies in
hiring more women or other groups that may had a disadvantage in the past.
[slide 54] Reverse Discrimination refers to the discriminatory effects that the kinds of
programs referred to in 15(2) have upon individuals from non-disadvantaged groups.
oRefers to discrimination against member of traditionally advantage groups at the
hands of affirmative action and preferential policies
Value Pluralism looks at situations where you have a certain policy has its values
because it promotes certain things however also come with other values that are
relevant and policy undermines the another principles
oAffirmative actions promotes equality for minorities and violates the merit
principle\
oBanning hate literature towards minorities promotes respect for minorities
and undermines freedom of expression
[Video]
- Threat to social peace?
- Legal separation of church and state; fundamental value/law of France
- since 2004 its been the law ; 200$ fine if you wear the veil
Implicit attitudes- involve associations with entities and members of groups without
being aware of the associations.
onormally think of prejudice as an attitude that we are aware of but that we can
mask;
[Video] - people see different things when race is a factor
-theres a particular test usually show preference to own race, unconsciously favor
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Lecture 25 Chapter 15 Affirmative action laws introduce a programpolicy that has the purpose of helping a group being a bit easier in admission standards in particular groups, hiring policies in hiring more women or other groups that may had a disadvantage in the past. [slide 54] Reverse Discrimination refers to the discriminatory effects that the kinds of programs referred to in 15(2) have upon individuals from non-disadvantaged groups. o Refers to discrimination against member of traditionally advantage groups at the hands of affirmative action and preferential policies Value Pluralism looks at situations where you have a certain policy has its values because it promotes certain things however also come with other values that are relevant and policy undermines the another principles o Af
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