Personal religious orientation and prejudice.

  title={Personal religious orientation and prejudice.},
  author={Gordon W. Āllport and J. M. Ross},
  journal={Journal of personality and social psychology},
  volume={5 4},
3 generalizations seem well established concerning the relationship between subjective religion and ethnic prejudice: (a) On the average churchgoers are more prejudiced than nonchurchgoers; (b) the relationship is curvilinear; (c) people with an extrinsic religious orientation are significantly more prejudiced than people with an intrinsic religious orientation. With the aid of a scale to measure extrinsic and intrinsic orientation this research confirmed previous findings and added a 4th… 

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