Linguistic intergroup bias in political communication.

@article{Anolli2006LinguisticIB,
  title={Linguistic intergroup bias in political communication.},
  author={Luigi Anolli and Valentino Zurloni and Giuseppe Riva},
  journal={The Journal of general psychology},
  year={2006},
  volume={133 3},
  pages={237-55}
}
The Linguistic Intergroup Bias (LIB) illustrates the disposition to communicate positive in-group and negative out-group behaviors more abstractly than negative in-group and positive out-group behaviors. The present research examined the function of language in reinforcing this bias in political communication. To illustrate the LIB, the Linguistic Category Model (LCM) was used, including a nouns category. Because social stereotypes are usually conveyed by nominal terms, the aim was to observe… CONTINUE READING