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Social Psychology, Part V

  • 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.

  1. Intro
    • Group Antagonism
    • More on Group Antagonism
    • Prejudiced Personality
    • Some Distinctions
    • Social Roots of Prejudice
    • Intergroup Conflict
    • Ways to Reduce Prejudice
    • Overcoming the Negative
    • Social Learning Theory and Television
    • Helping Behavior
    • Review
    • Intro 0:00
    • Group Antagonism 0:23
      • Prejudice
      • Racism
      • Sexism
      • Ageism
    • More on Group Antagonism 1:55
      • Discrimination
      • Displaced Aggression
      • Personal Prejudice
      • Group Prejudice
    • Prejudiced Personality 4:23
      • Authoritarian Personality
      • Ethnocentrism
      • Dogmatism
    • Some Distinctions 8:52
      • Race as a Social Construct
      • Ethnicity
      • Nationality
      • Religion
      • Language
    • Social Roots of Prejudice 16:51
      • Social Inequalities
      • Ingroups and Outgroups
      • Ingroup
      • Outgroup
      • Ingroup Bias
      • Scapegoat Theory
    • Intergroup Conflict 22:16
      • Social Stereotypes
      • Symbolic Prejudice
      • Status Inequalities
    • Ways to Reduce Prejudice 30:13
      • Equal-Status Contact
      • Superordinate Goal
      • Mutual Interdependence
      • Jigsaw Classroom
    • Overcoming the Negative 32:57
      • Multiculturalism
      • Seek Individuating Information
      • Don't Believe Just-World Beliefs
      • Note Self-Fulfilling Prophecies
      • Different Does Not Mean Inferior
      • Understand Race is a Social Construction, Find Commonalities and Set a Positive Example
    • Social Learning Theory and Television 37:52
      • Social Learning Theory
      • Disinhibition
      • Television Seems to be Able to Cause Desensitization to Violence
      • Connection to Porn
    • Helping Behavior 42:42
      • Do we Help or Not?
      • Decision Points -- Noticing, Defining Emergency, Taking Responsibility, Diffusion of Responsibility, Course of Action
      • Bystander Apathy
      • Darley and Latane Study as Seen in Discovering Psychology Series
    • Review 49:01
      • What is Prejudice?
      • What are the Social and Emotional Roots of Prejudice?
      • What are the Cognitive Roots of Prejudice?
      • When are we Most and Least Likely to Help?
      • How do Social Traps and Mirror Image Perceptions Fuel Social Conflict?
      • How Can We Transform Feelings of Prejudice, Aggression, and Conflict into Attitudes That Promote Peace?