Personal religious orientation and prejudice.

@article{llport1967PersonalRO,
  title={Personal religious orientation and prejudice.},
  author={G. Āllport and J. M. Ross},
  journal={Journal of personality and social psychology},
  year={1967},
  volume={5 4},
  pages={
          432-43
        }
}
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… Expand
RELATION OF RELIGION AND RACIAL PREJUDICE IN EUROPE
INTRODUCTION. In American studies on the relation between racial prejudice and religious behavior and values, the finding generally has been of a positive relationship; "on average, churchgoers inExpand
Religious Orientation and Prejudice
Past research on the relationship between religious orientation and prejudice against out-groups has focused on racism. A greater tendency toward racist attitudes has been found among persons with anExpand
An Intergroup Perspective on Religion and Prejudice
Based on the reasoning that religious groups evidence intergroup processes that can create prejudice, two studies examined the relation between religiosity and attitudes toward religious andExpand
A cross-cultural investigation of religious orientation, social norms, and prejudice.
Researchers have recently reported that the established low correlation between intrinsic religiousness and prejudice is an artifact of social desirability. They found that only the quest orientationExpand
Religiosity and prejudice against minorities
The authors delineate two broad streams of research, one more psychological focusing on intrapersonal religious orientations and the other more sociological focusing on extrapersonal religiousExpand
Religious Orientation and Prejudice: Predictors of Homoprejudice
A convenience sample of 477 students from a public university in the southeast United States was used to examine the relationship between religious orientation and attitudes towards gay and lesbianExpand
Religious Orientation, Racial Prejudice, and Dogmatism: A Study of Baptists and Unitarians
A group of Unitarians and a matched group of Southern Baptists were assessed as to Religious Orientation, Dogmatism and prejudice toward Negroes. Generally, Unitarians were more Extrinsic in theirExpand
A second look at religious orientation, social desirability, and prejudice
In this study, which used a variety of measures of religious orientation, social desirability, and prejudice, religious orientation was correlated with self-reports of racial intolerance, andExpand
RESEARCH: Why Do Religious Fundamentalists Tend to be Prejudiced?
Studies are reported of university students, and of their parents, that found that religious fundamentalism correlated quite highly with religious ethnocentrism, as well as with-to lesserExpand
Identity Status, Religious Orientation, and Prejudice
The identity status paradigm has some obvious common ground with the religious orientation paradigm, but surprisingly, there has been very little empirical investigation into the relationship ofExpand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 50 REFERENCES
Prejudice and Relegious Types: A Focused Study of Southern Fundamentalists
In the last few years research on the relationship of religion and prejudice has turned up striking, although contradictory, results. On the one hand, several studies concerning church members haveExpand
A replication of some roots of prejudice.
  • J. Rosenblith
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of abnormal psychology
  • 1949
Most of the Allport-Kramer assertions, (see 20: 4204), about prejudice in three New England colleges were verified in the colleges of South Dakota, representing a contrasting rural, pioneer culture.Expand
The religious context of prejudice
ConclusionIt is clear that these investigations, still in progress, tend to confirm demographic and sociological studies that we have also reviewed. Further, I believe they are compatible with ourExpand
The Nature of Prejudice
Preferential Thinking * What Is the Problem? * The Normality of Prejudgment * Formation of In-Groups * Rejection of Out-Groups * Patterning and Extent of Prejudice Group Differences * The ScientificExpand
The Authoritarian Personality
The Authoritarian Personality "invented a set of criteria by which to define personality traits, ranked these traits and their intensity in any given person on what it called the 'F scale' (F forExpand
The Measurement of Attitudes toward the Negro in the South
(1958). The Measurement of Attitudes toward the Negro in the South. The Journal of Social Psychology: Vol. 48, No. 2, pp. 305-317.
Book Reviews: The Open and Closed Mind. Investigations into the nature of belief systems and personality systems
Find the secret to improve the quality of life by reading this the open and closed mind investigations into the nature of belief systems and personality systems. This is a kind of book that you needExpand
An Introduction to Multivariate Statistical Analysis
Preface to the Third Edition.Preface to the Second Edition.Preface to the First Edition.1. Introduction.2. The Multivariate Normal Distribution.3. Estimation of the Mean Vector and the CovarianceExpand
Programming Univariate and Multivariate Analysis of Variance
A formulation of analysis of variance based on a model for the subclass means is presented. The deficiency of rank in the model matrix is handled, not by restricting the parameters, but by factoringExpand
Rank Correlation Methods.
...
1
2
3
4
5
...