The Cultural Factor in Prejudice and Discrimination
The previous two chapters have shown how discrimination reflects, in part, economic and political conflict and competition as well as the psychic economy of individuals—their efforts to deal with a baffling world, hostility, and anxiety. Prejudice represents these forces in symbolic form; it is a readiness to act—whether or not set in motion — in service of those individual and group needs.
KeywordsMinority Group Cultural Factor Social Distance Black Student Race Relation
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