Students enrolled in Psychology of Prejudice
and Introductory Psychology courses completed measures of racism, sexism, and attitudes toward homosexuals at the beginning and end of the term.
We see only what our prejudices
allow us to see, and like only what our prejudices
allow us to like.
This Ramadan, Coca-Cola said it hopes to tackle societal prejudice
by inspiring the Middle East to remove the labels they put on people.
Although loving-kindness is a powerful practice, it's not clear whether it can soften the prejudices
of the most discriminatory.
will be able to identify their own prejudices
and work with them to contribute to the understanding of prejudice
Hogan and Mallot (2005) used seven questions from the Modem Racism Scale to examine whether a university's general education course on race and gender issues reduced racial prejudices
Such commonplace prejudices
form the foundation upon which more extreme acts of prejudice
In other words, a social context where certain behaviors and opinions about the outgroup tend to disappear from the public sphere might deactivate the traditional (blatant) prejudices
toward different groups (Kawakami & Dovidio, 2001) but might leave the less recognizable (subtle) prejudice
The above references are just a few prejudices
that all of us harbor.
This research provides the first evidence for a facial metric that not only predicts important and controversial social behaviors, such as reporting prejudices
, but can also be used by others to make accurate judgments," said Hehman.
As their interfering mother engineers various courtships, will Elizabeth overcome her prejudices
and see past the proud exterior of the enigmatic Mr Darcy?
Interest in the implicit aspects of prejudice
thus comes from the prevailing norm in our society that open expression of our prejudices
should be avoided.