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The Nature Of Prejudice [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

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1. Januar 1979
With profound insight into the complexities of the human experience, Harvard psychologist Gordon Allport organized a mass of research to produce a landmark study on the roots and nature of prejudice. First published in 1954, The Nature of Prejudice remains the standard work on discrimination. Now this classic study is offered in a special unabridged edition with a new introduction by Kenneth Clark of Columbia University and a new preface by Thomas Pettigrew of Harvard University. Allports comprehensive and penetrating work examines all aspects of this age-old problem: its roots in individual and social psychology, its varieties of expression, its impact on the individuals and communities. He explores all kinds of prejudice-racial, religious, ethnic, economic and sexual-and offers suggestions for reducing the devastating effects of discrimination. The additional material by Clark and Pettigrew updates the social-psychological research in prejudice and attests to the enduring values of Allports original theories and insights.

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With profound insight into the complexities of the human experience, Harvard psychologist Gordon Allport organized a mass of research to produce a landmark study on the roots and nature of prejudice. First published in 1954, The Nature of Prejudice remains the standard work on discrimination. Now this classic study is offered in a special unabridged edition with a new introduction by Kenneth Clark of Columbia University and a new preface by Thomas Pettigrew of Harvard University. Allports comprehensive and penetrating work examines all aspects of this age-old problem: its roots in individual and social psychology, its varieties of expression, its impact on the individuals and communities. He explores all kinds of prejudice-racial, religious, ethnic, economic and sexual-and offers suggestions for reducing the devastating effects of discrimination. The additional material by Clark and Pettigrew updates the social-psychological research in prejudice and attests to the enduring values of Allports original theories and insights.

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Gordon W. Allport was born in 1897 in Montezuma, Indiana. He received his A.B., A.M., and Ph.D. in psychology from Harvard University, did postgraduate work abroad, and returned to Harvard in 1930, where he served as professor of psychology until his death in 1967. During his lifetime, Allport served as president of both the American and Eastern Psychological Associations, director of the National Opinion Research Center, and editor of the "Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology." His other books included "The Psychology of Rumor, The Individual and His Religion, Personality, and Becoming."

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Allport's The Nature of Prejudice is written in a very comprehensive manner that allows you to reflect upon your own experience in prejudices both internal and external. This book is a classic and sheds light on inter-cultural and intra-cultural understanding in the years to come.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen An inspired classic used by Malcom X and Dr. King! 1. Februar 1999
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If you have truely studied Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcom X then you have probably seen pictures of this book next to them on their desks. Don't think for one minute that you understand prejudice without reading this book first. It explains why prejudice occurs and how it is part of our basic makeup. Mr. Allport also explains how to change these perceptions that generate the discrimination. For any Civil Rights Advocate this is a must read. It puts you inside the mind of those who practice bigotry and discrimination. If you cannot understand them then how can you defeat them.
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Dieses Buch haben wir in meinem Englischseminar gelesen. Die Natur der Vorurteile ist ein Buch, das nicht gerade leicht zu lesen geht, doch wenn man sich intensiv damit beschäftigt ist es sehr interessant. Es benötigt aber ein bisschen Einlesezeit.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen An inspired classic used by Malcom X and Dr. King! 1. Februar 1999
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If you have truely studied Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcom X then you have probably seen pictures of this book next to them on their desks. Don't think for one minute that you understand prejudice without reading this book first. It explains why prejudice occurs and how it is part of our basic makeup. Mr. Allport also explains how to change these perceptions that generate the discrimination. For any Civil Rights Advocate this is a must read. It puts you inside the mind of those who practice bigotry and discrimination. If you cannot understand them then how can you defeat them.
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Allport's The Nature of Prejudice is written in a very comprehensive manner that allows you to reflect upon your own experience in prejudices both internal and external. This book is a classic and sheds light on inter-cultural and intra-cultural understanding in the years to come.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A LANDMARK STUDY IN THE PSYCHOLOGY OF PREJUDICE 20. Januar 2011
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Gordon Willard Allport (1897-1967) was an American psychologist and professor at Harvard, as well as one of the founding figures of personality psychology.

He writes in the Preface to this 1958 book, "The present volume does not pretend to deal with the science of human relations as a whole. It aims merely to clarify one underlying issue---the nature of human prejudice. But this issue is basic, for without knowledge of the roots of hostility we cannot hope to employ our intelligence effectively in controlling its destructiveness."

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"Perhaps the briefest of all definitions of prejudice is: thinking ill of others without sufficient warrant." (Pg. 7)
"(W)e note an almost universal principle in respect to overlapping group differences: the diffences within the same group are greater (i.e., the range is wider) than the differences between the averages of the two groups." (Pg. 102)
"Now, what are the facts? Do Negroes, for example, have a distinctive body odor or not? ... (in an experiment) the offensiveness seems to come equally from the sweaty bodies of the two races. Odor is a curious psychological shibboleth. It is made to bear the brunt of intimate subjective feelings (and prejudices), but its role seems primarily to be that of an 'objective' excuse or rationalizer for affective states that are too personal and private to be understood or analyzed in their own right." (Pg. 135-136)
"Even those who favor segregation do not want Negroes to develop their own language or their own laws. They want they to be amalgamated in certain respects. And even those who argue for assimilation may wish to preserve certain pleasant cultural traits---perhaps the cuisine of the French, Negro spirituals, Polish folk dances, St. Patrick's Day." (Pg. 231-232)
"(A)bout a half of all prejudiced attitudes are based only on the need to conform to custom, to let well enough alone, to maintain the cultural pattern." (Pg. 272)
"(N)ot every American experiences the dilemma as (Gunnar) Myrdal defines it (in An American Dilemma: The Negro Problem and Modern Democracy (Black and African-American Studies) Volume 1). But many do. the theory, therefore, is valid enough if we take it to mean that often (but not always) prejudice is attended by mental conflict." (Pg. 315)
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5.0 von 5 Sternen a forgotten classic that spurred the civil rights movement 14. April 2010
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When I page through this book I'm astounded that it was written in 1954. This is truly a ground-breaking work in both psychology and sociology. 537 pages, well indexed, with references. Some of the many topics covered include:
attitudes and beliefs
acting out prejudice
the separation of human groups
personal values as categories
sex as an in-group
social distance
verbal rejection
riots and lynching
the essential role of rumor
the neurosis of extreme conformity
social regulation of aggression
cultural devices to ensure loyalty
scapegoats for special occasions
the demagogue as a person
- and so on- it's a chilling but necessary read, and there is great satisfaction in owning the first edition of such and important work.
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Dr. Gordon Allport's study of prejudice is a must read for anyone who wants a better understanding of human behavior.
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