The Psychology of Diversity: Perceiving and Experiencing Social Difference
The Psychology of Diversity is a concise introduction to diversity in American society with an emphasis on the social-psychological perspective. This core text stresses the ways in which prejudice and discrimination are shaped by perception and group identities. Effective pedagogy includes Key Terms, Discussion Questions, a General Glossary, and an Appendix that lists Web sites relevant to race, class, and gender.
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Consequences of Social Categorization and Stereotyping
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