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  • 1. Chapter 7, part 2 Cultural Antipathy
  • 2. Prejudice ( - )
    • A negative attitude directed to a group as a whole or to an individual of that group
    • Prejudice relies on communication for its transmission
    • Stages of prejudice
  • 3. Five – Phase Model for Expression of Prejudice
    • Antilocution – (mildest) prejudiced talk among friends. There are 2 types:
    • Verbal abuse: ethnic jokes, name calling, etc
    • Hate speech: someone attempts to persuade an audience by making the audience angry at the out-group
  • 4. Five – Phase Model for Expression of Prejudice
    • 2. Avoidance – staying away from the group whom you are prejudiced against
    • Is this harmful?
  • 5. Five – Phase Model for Expression of Prejudice
    • 3. Discrimination – (most common) separation by excluding the out-group contact; denies equality
    • Discrimination toward microcultures: ageism, sexism, classism, heterosexism, and racism (see text 120-122)
  • 6. Five – Phase Model for Expression of Prejudice
    • 4. Physical attack – violence; usually happens in places where groups are forced to be together (jail, school, territory, etc)
    • 5. Extermination – genocide or ethnic cleansing; the systematic and planned destruction of a group
  • 7. Causes of Prejudice
    • Genetic / evolutionary
    • Social controls
    • Media influence
    • Personality traits
    • Out-group threats
    • Economic conditions
  • 8. Functions of Prejudiced Communication
    • Cognitive restrictions – we want shortcuts, labels
    • Ego protection and group enhancement
    • Social functions
    • Avoiding contact
    • Detachment
    • Delegitimizing (making a group seem less than your group/less human)
  • 9. Functions of Prejudiced Communication
    • Protecting the dominant group’s power
    • Impression management
    • bifurcate: using a favorable example first and then putting the group down
    • Concession – suggesting a negative statement about an out-group could apply to one’s own group