When do the stigmatized stigmatize? The ironic effects of being accountable to (perceived) majority group prejudice-expression norms.

@article{Shapiro2008WhenDT,
  title={When do the stigmatized stigmatize? The ironic effects of being accountable to (perceived) majority group prejudice-expression norms.},
  author={Jenessa R. Shapiro and Steven L. Neuberg},
  journal={Journal of personality and social psychology},
  year={2008},
  volume={95 4},
  pages={877-98}
}
How do frequently stigmatized individuals feel about and respond to members of other potentially stigmatizable groups? Four studies demonstrated that perceptions of majority group norms regarding prejudice expression can shape how minority individuals respond to minority individuals from other groups. Study 1 revealed that Black and White men and women have somewhat different perceptions of Whites' norms regarding prejudice expression. Study 2 manipulated whether evaluations of Native American… CONTINUE READING

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