By John Dixon, Mark Levine
The concept that of prejudice has profoundly stimulated how we've investigated, defined and attempted to alter intergroup kin of discrimination and inequality. yet what has this idea contributed to our wisdom of relatives among teams and what has it obscured or misrepresented? How has it multiplied or narrowed the horizons of mental inquiry? How powerful or useless has it been in guiding our makes an attempt to remodel social family members and associations? during this booklet, a staff of across the world popular psychologists reconsider the idea that of prejudice, in an try to movement past traditional techniques to the topic and to assist the reader achieve a clearer figuring out of relatives inside and among teams. This clean examine prejudice will entice students and scholars of social psychology, sociology, political technological know-how and peace reviews.
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