Reducing Prejudice and Discrimination

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The mediating role that we found for outgroup orientation provides a bridge between the theorizing of cultural psychologists, who are mainly concerned with its role in acculturation, and the empirical work of social psychologists who study mediators of intergroup prejudice.


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