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Döner vs. Schweinebraten – Stereotype von (angehenden) Lehrkräften über Personen deutscher und türkischer Herkunft im Vergleich

  • Meike BonefeldEmail author
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Zusammenfassung

Viele Studien befassen sich mit dem Einfluss von Stereotypen. Bisher gibt es allerdings wenige Studien, welche die Menge und Valenz des stereotypen Wissens untersuchen. Dies gilt insbesondere mit Blick auf stereotypes Wissen über Personen mit Migrationshintergrund. Gleichzeitig betrachten die wenigen vorhandenen Studien vor allem inhaltliche Aspekte vorwiegend mit qualitativen Herangehensweisen und quantifizieren den Zusammenhang von Inhalten und Valenz des stereotypen Wissens nicht. Gerade aber das Wissen um die Valenz stereotypen Wissens und der diesbezügliche Vergleich von Stereotypen gegenüber verschiedenen Gruppen stellen wichtige Vorarbeiten für die Untersuchung der Auswirkungen von Stereotypen dar. Ein wichtiges Anwendungsfeld ist die Betrachtung von Stereotypen im Schulkontext. Im Rahmen dieser Studie wurden daher die Menge, Valenz und Inhalte stereotypen Wissens von (angehenden) Lehrkräften untersucht. Die Studie fokussiert dabei auf das stereotype Wissen über in Deutschland lebende Personen mit türkischem Migrationshintergrund im Vergleich zu dem stereotypen Wissen über Personen ohne Migrationshintergrund. Es zeigte sich, dass sich die Menge des stereotypen Wissens über Personen mit türkischem Migrationshintergrund beziehungsweise deutsche Personen ohne Migrationshintergrund über verschiedene Inhaltsbereiche hinweg nicht unterscheidet. Wohl aber unterscheidet sich die Verteilung der Valenz des stereotypen Wissens in unterschiedlichen Inhaltsbereichen.

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Stereotype Migrationshintergrund Stereotypes Wissen Lehrkräfte Valenz Inhalt 

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  1. 1.Universität MannheimMannheimDeutschland

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