Addressing Contemporary Racism: The Common Ingroup Identity Model
In the preceding chapter in this volume, we described our research on the dynamics of an unintentional, very subtle, yet pernicious form of racism, that is, aversive racism. In the current chapter, we describe our attempts to examine a strategy intended to motivate people to reduce this form of prejudice: the common ingroup identity model.
KeywordsSocial Identity Theory Experimental Social Psychology Intergroup Relation Intergroup Contact Separate Individual
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