Salient intergroup ideology and intergroup interaction.

@article{Vorauer2009SalientII,
  title={Salient intergroup ideology and intergroup interaction.},
  author={Jacquie D. Vorauer and Annette Gagnon and Stacey J Sasaki},
  journal={Psychological science},
  year={2009},
  volume={20 7},
  pages={838-45}
}
Two experiments examined how rendering different intergroup ideologies salient affects dominant- and minority-group members' behavior during, and experience of, intergroup interactions. We hypothesized that ideologies that encourage an outward focus on appreciating out-group members' distinctive qualities (multiculturalism) would have more positive implications than ideologies that encourage a self-control focus on ignoring social categories and avoiding inappropriate behavior (color blindness… CONTINUE READING