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The Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination | Paperback

by Bernard E. Whitley (Author), Mary E. Kite (Author)


List Price: $164.95  


Binding:  Paperback
Publisher:  Wadsworth Publishing
Edition:  2nd Edition
Page Count:  720 Pages
Publication Date:  February 12, 2009
Sales Rank:  344650th



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This is the first comprehensive textbook on prejudice with a strong psychological research base. Whitley and Kite cover a broad range of topics--from race and ethnicity to gender, sexual orientation, and ageism. By integrating theory and research with students' own experiences, the authors increase students' awareness of influences that shape prejudices. As students evaluate research results and their personal, subjective beliefs, they develop an appreciation of scientific evidence regarding stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination.

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