Psychology 2720A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Implicit-Association Test, Aversive Racism, Briey

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White canadians to be unfair, materialistic, egocentric, prejudiced, sel sh, closed- minded, and arrogant: note: these meta-stereotypes may or may not conform to how aboriginal. Canadians actually view white canadians; they refer to white canadians beliefs about how they are viewed by aboriginal canadians: meta-stereotypes in uence people s expectations about their interactions with members of the outgroup. Emotional sources of prejudice and discrimination: prejudice results from several emotional or motivational processes (ie. frustration, anger, and hostility, prejudice may also sometimes satisfy basic motives such as the need to evaluate the self positively. A unifying model: integrated threat theory: a new theory of prejudice introduced by walter and cookie stephan (2000) of new. Sexism: prejudice and discrimination against women: sexism: prejudice and discrimination directed against women because of their gender, unequal treatment of women leads to signi cant detrimental effects on their lives. Genocide: most infamous case of genocide is the holocaust, committed by the nazis during the.

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