By Rupert Brown, Sam Gaertner
This quantity will offer an authoritative, cutting-edge review of the sector of intergroup approaches. the quantity is split into 9 significant sections on cognition, motivation, emotion, verbal exchange and social effect, altering intergroup family, social comparability, self-identity, tools and applications.Provides an authoritative, cutting-edge assessment of the sector of intergroup approaches. Divided into 9 significant sections on cognition, motivation, emotion, communique and social impression, altering intergroup family, social comparability, self-identity, equipment and functions. Written via top researchers within the box. Referenced all through and contain post-chapter annotated bibliographies so readers can entry unique examine articles for you to extra their study.Now on hand in complete textual content on-line through xreferplus, the award-winning reference library on the net from xrefer. for additional info, stopover at www.xreferplus.com
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The ﬁrst group presents no threat to the majority, whereas the second group presents signiﬁcant threat. The payoff between perceived niceness and competence corroborates many common cultural stereotypes about categories and their subtypes (Rosenberg, Nelson, & Vivkananthan, 1968). Business women are stereotypically industrious and aggressive (high competence–low niceness), whereas “pink-collar” workers are stereotypically nice but not very smart. Middle-class or wealthy African Americans are often viewed as ambitious but defensive about racism (high competence–low niceness).
Blackwell Handbook of Social Psychology: Intergroup Processes (Blackwell Handbooks of Social Psychology) by Rupert Brown, Sam Gaertner