System-justifying ideologies moderate status = Competence stereotypes: Roles for belief in a just world and social dominance orientation

@article{Oldmeadow2007SystemjustifyingIM,
  title={System-justifying ideologies moderate status = Competence stereotypes: Roles for belief in a just world and social dominance orientation},
  author={Julian A. Oldmeadow and S. Fiske},
  journal={European Journal of Social Psychology},
  year={2007},
  volume={37},
  pages={1135-1148}
}
High-status outgroups tend to be stereotyped as competent, while low-status groups tend to be stereotyped as incompetent. These stereotypes provide legitimacy to hierarchical social systems. However, research to date has tended to focus on the socio-structural correlates and cross-cultural stability of these stereotypes, emphasising universality over malleability. The current research demonstrates that, although strong, the association between status and competence, but not status and warmth… Expand
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