By Todd D. Nelson
This guide is a entire and scholarly review of the newest study on prejudice, stereotyping, and discrimination.
The moment variation presents an entire replace of its hugely winning predecessor and contours new fabric on key matters equivalent to political activism, fiscal polarization, minority tension, same-sex marriage legislation, dehumanization, and psychological future health stigma, as well as a well timed replace on how sufferers reply to discrimination, and extra insurance of gender and race.
All chapters are written by means of eminent researchers who discover subject matters through offering an outline of present examine and, the place applicable, constructing new concept, versions, or scales. the quantity is obviously based, with a large part on cognitive, affective, and neurological methods, and there's inclusion of stories of prejudice in response to race, intercourse, age, sexual orientation, and weight. A concluding part explores the problems serious about decreasing prejudice.
The instruction manual is a necessary source for college kids, teachers, and researchers in social and character psychology, and a useful reference for teachers and execs in sociology, communique reports, gerontology, nursing, drugs, in addition to govt and policymakers and social carrier agencies.
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Handbook of Prejudice, Stereotyping, and Discrimination by Todd D. Nelson