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Appendix A The Psychology of Prejudice : Ingroup Love or Outgroup Hate ?

  title={Appendix A The Psychology of Prejudice : Ingroup Love or Outgroup Hate ?},
  author={Marilynn B. Brewer},
Allport (1954) recognized that attachment to one’s ingroups does not necessarily require hostility toward outgroups. Yet the prevailing approach to the study of ethnocentrism, ingroup bias, and prejudice presumes that ingroup love and outgroup hate are reciprocally related. Findings from both cross-cultural research and laboratory experiments support the alternative view that ingroup identification is independent of negative attitudes toward outgoups and that much ingroup bias and intergroup… Expand
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