Intergroup Relations

By Walter G. Stephan; Cookie White Stephan | Go to book overview

CHAPTER
3 The Contact Hypothesis in Intergroup Relations

CHAPTER OUTLINE
The Contact Hypothesis Consequences of Contact
Evidence Concerning the Mediators of Contact
Original Contact Hypothesis A Reconceptualized Contact
Cooperation Model
Equal Status School Desegregation
Individualized Contact The Social Scientists'
Support by Authority Figures Predictions
The Conceptual Model The Effects of Desegregation
Underlying the Contact Explaining the Effects of
Hypothesis Desegregation
Extensions of the Contact Cooperative Learning in the
Hypothesis Schools
Societal Factors Summary
Person Factors

The Contact Hypothesis

Under certain circumstances desegregation . . . has been observed to lead to the emergence of more favorable attitudes and friendlier relations between the races. . . . There is less likelihood of unfriendly relations when change is simultaneously introduced into all units of a social institution. . . . The available evidence also suggests

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface ix
  • Chapter - 1 Stereotypes 1
  • Summary 30
  • Chapter - 2 Theories of Prejudice 33
  • Chapter - 3 The Contact Hypothesis in Intergroup Relations 61
  • Summary 86
  • Chapter - 4 Social Identity, Self-Categorization, and Intergroup Attitudes 89
  • Summary 111
  • Chapter - 5 Intercultural Relations 115
  • Summary 138
  • Chapter - 6 Intergroup Conflict and Its Resolution 141
  • Summary 169
  • References 173
  • Index 211
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