In this lesson, our instructor Charles Schallhorn goes over group antagonism in depth, defining discrimination and prejudice, going over a prejudiced personality, social roots of prejudice, intergroup conflict, overcoming the negative and ways to reduce prejudice, social learning and theory, and helping behavior.
Prejudice: Negative emotional attitude held toward members of a specific social group
Racism: Racial prejudice that can be found in institutions (schools, etc.) and is enforced by existing social power structure
Sexism: Prejudice against men OR women, based solely on gender
Ageism: Prejudice based on age; somewhat common in the USA
Race, ethnicity, and nationality are not the same thing
Factors contributing to prejudice include authoritarian personality, social inequalities, identification with in-groups, scapegoating, oversimplifying what we do not know/understand
There are several ways to attempt to overcome prejudice and bigotry
Social learning theory combines learning principles with cognitive processes, socialization, and modeling to explain behavior—can be used to understand aggression and other effects of television and other media
There are a series of decision points people use when choosing whether to help or not in potential helping situations
Social Psychology, Part V
Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.
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