Evidence of System Justification in Young Children

@article{Baron2009EvidenceOS,
  title={Evidence of System Justification in Young Children},
  author={A. Baron and M. Banaji},
  journal={Social and Personality Psychology Compass},
  year={2009},
  volume={3},
  pages={918-926}
}
The near ubiquity of ingroup preference is consistent with the view that it is an automatic consequence of social categorization, possibly a basic foundation of intergroup relations. However, research with adults has demonstrated that automatic ingroup preference is notably absent among less dominant, less advantaged groups, an outcome predicted by System Justification Theory (Jost & Banaji, 1994). How basic is this tendency to justify existing social arrangements? Data from young children are… Expand
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