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Assimilation, multiculturalism, and colorblindness: Mediated and moderated relationships between social dominance orientation and prejudice
Abstract Using correlational and experimental data, we examined the degree to which personal and perceived normative support for the acculturation ideologies of assimilation, multiculturalism, andExpand
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Culture, gender, and the self: variations and impact of social comparison processes.
Psychological differences between women and men, far from being invariant as a biological explanation would suggest, fluctuate in magnitude across cultures. Moreover, contrary to the implications ofExpand
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Does social dominance generate prejudice? Integrating individual and contextual determinants of intergroup cognitions.
Social dominance orientation (SDO) has been proposed as an important variable in the explanation of prejudice. We distinguish between three conceptualizations of SDO: SDO as a personality traitExpand
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Social comparison, self-stereotyping, and gender differences in self-construals.
Four studies examined gender differences in self-construals and the role of social comparison in generating these differences. Consistent with previous research, Study 1 (N=461) showed that womenExpand
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Bragging About One's School Grades: Gender Stereotyping and Students' Perception of Their Abilities in Science, Mathematics, and Language
Three studies examined stereotypes about the abilities of women and men and their implications for self-evaluation. All the three studies suggest that women are generally perceived as better than menExpand
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Relative deprivation theory and the Quebec nationalist movement: The cognition–emotion distinction and the personal–group deprivation issue.
The present study investigated the effect of unfavorable intergroup comparisons on feelings of group discontent and examined the importance of various types of relative deprivation (RD) to explainExpand
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Education and causal attributions: the development of «person-blame» and «system-blame» ideology
A l'aide de deux etudes, les auteurs testent les predictions derivees d'une theorie qui propose que les jugements a propos des causes d'un probleme social ne proviennent pas seulement de facteursExpand
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Diversity policy, social dominance, and intergroup relations: predicting prejudice in changing social and political contexts.
In contrast to authors of previous single-nation studies, we propose that supporting multiculturalism (MC) or assimilation (AS) is likely to have different effects in different countries, dependingExpand
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When Prosperity Breeds Intergroup Hostility: The Effects of Relative Deprivation and Relative Gratification on Prejudice
In previous theory and research dealing with relative deprivation (RD), the role of relative gratification (RG), the opposite of RD, was relatively overlooked. Two experiments (N = 245) tested theExpand
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Group socialization and prejudice: the social transmission of intergroup attitudes and beliefs
In order to examine the social transmission of prejudice in the military, attitudes and beliefs of Francophone (minority) and Anglophone (majority) prospective military officers toward their own andExpand
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