The Psychology of Prejudice

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Subject Index
A
Academic performance, bias and, 60
Aging, stereotypes and, 37-41 by gender, 42-45
AIDS, as stigma, 308 see Stigma
Anti-Semitism, 131, 150-151
Attitudes, relation of stereotypes to, 16- 19
B
Bias
expectancy-confirmation, 105-110
see Prejudice, Discrimination,
Stereotyping, Gender
Blacks, as childlike, 49
as minority population, 33, 34
see Ethnicity
C
Civil Rights Movement, 258, 260
Martin Luther King, Jr., 258
Montgomery Walk to Freedom, 259
Rosa Parks, 258, 259, 260, 269, 279
Consensually defined stereotypes, 21, 22
D
Deprivation theory, 266
Discrimination, 34
active vs. passive behaviors 262, 265, 279
defined, 258, 259, 317-319
ego defenses and, 264, 265
individual vs. collective distinction, 262, 263, 265, 279
intergroup relations, 261, 264
normative vs. nonnormative, 262, 265, 279
oral histories by Black women, 268
personal/group discrimination discrepancy, 234-238, 250, 251
relative deprivation theory, 261
resource mobilization theory, 267
responses to, 265, 266
role playing, 268, 280
see prejudice, Stereotypes
self-directed vs. system directed behavior, 264, 279
social identity theory, 261
Discrimination, victims of, 233, 257- 261, 269, 271
future research, 281-283
interpersonal-intergroup continuum, 269
E
Ethnic relations, 2-5
Ethnicity
stereotypes and, 20-23, 27
see Mood

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