g, And Discrimination Worksheet.
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Prejudice, Stereotyping, and Discrimination Worksheet
Define each concept in the “Concept Name” column based on the provided definition.
|1. Judgments based on positive and negative perceptions of a social group|
|2. Reacting to a person as though he or she was an indistinguishable member of a particular social group|
|3. Acting on cognitive expectations and emotional reactions to a person’s perceived membership in a particular social group|
|4. Bias affirms the satisfaction of belonging to the right groups; individual autonomy is balanced against group identity.|
|5. Bringing about the behavior in others that a biased perceiver expects|
|6. The degree to which one accepts a hierarchy in which some groups rightfully have a commanding influence over others|
|7. Similar to fundamental attribution error, as applied to groups|
|8. Attributing negative encounters with others to membership in a stigmatized group or others’ biases against the stigmatized group to which one belongs|
|9. Biases assigned to a person without intention, awareness, effort, or control, often based on subliminal cues|
|10. Economic, political, military, or prestige-related threats to ingroup advantage that result in negative intergroup reactions|
|11. Applying one’s cognitive expectations and associations about a group to a personORDER NOW FOR CUSTOMIZED, PLAGIARISM-FREE PAPERS|
|12. Prejudice that is cool, indirect, automatic, unconscious, unintentional, and often gives reason for the perceiver to deny any bias|
|13. Legitimizing current social arrangements, even at the expense of the individual or the group|
|14. An explanation for a judgment that is used to excuse one’s actual bias|
|15. Overt, explicit forms of bias that emphasize belonging to an ingroup and controlling outgroups|
|16. The value one places on one’s social groups or perceived membership in various social groups|
|17. Reacting emotionally to an individual based on one’s feelings about the group to which one believes that person belongs|
|18. The perception that the world is a dangerous place, which creates fear, hostility, and moral superiority and justifies aggression against perceived threats from outgroups|
|19. The part of one’s self-concept that derives from his or her group membership|
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