STEREOTYPING, PREJUDICE AND
DISCRIMINATION BINGO
KeyWords Revision
Draw a 3x3 grid and include any 9
of the following key words….
Stereotype
Media
Practical Implications
Role Model
Prejudic...
The technique used
by Aronson to reduce
prejudice within a
group of mixed-race
students
A group of people
whom you believe
you have nothing
in common with
Being able to put
yourself in someone
else’s position and
understand how that
person is feeling
Another name for the
Jigsaw Method. Each
member of the group
becomes an expert on a
particular topic and
they pass this on...
A group of people
you believe you have
something in common
with, for example,
your psychology
group.
The questionnaire
used by Adorno to
measure personality
characteristics
An
oversimplified,
generalised set
of ideas that we
have about others
Seeing, speaking
or writing to
someone
A rigid set of
beliefs or
attitudes towards
particular groups
of people.
A personality
that is prone to
being prejudiced
Someone who a
child looks up to
and is likely to
copy
The name given to
Sherif’s
experiment on
prejudice
Suggestions about
behaviour in the
real world based
upon what
psychologists have
discovered
Means of
communication,
e.g. TV, radio,
newspapers, the
internet
The way an
individual behaves
towards another
person or group as a
result of their
prejudiced view
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  1. 1. STEREOTYPING, PREJUDICE AND DISCRIMINATION BINGO KeyWords Revision
  2. 2. Draw a 3x3 grid and include any 9 of the following key words…. Stereotype Media Practical Implications Role Model Prejudice Discrimination F-scale Robbers Cave In-group Out-group Jigsaw method Expert groups Contact Empathy Authoritarian Personality
  3. 3. The technique used by Aronson to reduce prejudice within a group of mixed-race students
  4. 4. A group of people whom you believe you have nothing in common with
  5. 5. Being able to put yourself in someone else’s position and understand how that person is feeling
  6. 6. Another name for the Jigsaw Method. Each member of the group becomes an expert on a particular topic and they pass this on to the rest of the group.
  7. 7. A group of people you believe you have something in common with, for example, your psychology group.
  8. 8. The questionnaire used by Adorno to measure personality characteristics
  9. 9. An oversimplified, generalised set of ideas that we have about others
  10. 10. Seeing, speaking or writing to someone
  11. 11. A rigid set of beliefs or attitudes towards particular groups of people.
  12. 12. A personality that is prone to being prejudiced
  13. 13. Someone who a child looks up to and is likely to copy
  14. 14. The name given to Sherif’s experiment on prejudice
  15. 15. Suggestions about behaviour in the real world based upon what psychologists have discovered
  16. 16. Means of communication, e.g. TV, radio, newspapers, the internet
  17. 17. The way an individual behaves towards another person or group as a result of their prejudiced view

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