Please focus on the following learning objectives:
LO 1. Define prejudice.
LO 2. Differentiate stereotyping from discrimination.
LO 3. Explain the connection between hostile feelings, categorizing people, and prejudice.
LO 4. Identify why people are prone to ethnocentric biases.
LO 5. Describe right-wing authoritarianism.
LO 6. Describe social dominance orientation.
LO 7. Give evidence of both steps forward in the fight against discrimination and areas where we have room to grow.
LO 8. Define ambivalent and aversive racism.
LO 9. Explain how implicit racism can be revealed.
LO 10. Explain reasons that stereotypes develop.
LO 11. Identify reasons that people use stereotypes.
ASSIGNMENT# 1: What is My Cycle of Racial Socialization?
This assignment is NOT in your textbook. It comes from Singh’s (2019) Racial Healing Handbook: Practical Activities to Help You Challenge Privilege, Confront Systemic Racism, & Engage in Collective Healing,
You will complete the scanned pages found under the UPLOAD SPACE.
Please take a picture of an artifact that represents your racial identity, ethnicity and culture and post it in the DISCUSSION BOARD. Remember to comment on 2 of your classmates artifacts.
READING #2==> Chapter 11 Responding to and Reducing Prejudice
This will be yet another emotional chapter so we deal with it by engaging in some healing work.
There’s A LOT to focus on:
LO 1: Explain why some people are more or less likely to perceive prejudice.
LO 2: Give examples of the harmful impact of stereotypes on those targeted by them.
LO 3: Identify coping strategies for stereotype and social identity threat.
LO 4: Outline social strategies for coping with prejudice and discrimination.
LO 6: Identify how institutional changes can have a positive impact on a disadvantaged group.
LO 8: Explain conditions that make optimal contact effective at reducing prejudice.
LO 9: Outline ways that prejudice can be reduced without contact.
The DEETS of your ASSIGNMENT: EXAM #3: The Cultural Genogram
THE BOOK WE USE IS: Greenberg, Schmader, Arndt, & Landau (2018)
READINGS: Chapter 10 & Chapter 11
You are going to prepare a family‐tree (as in genealogy) that focuses on the cultural and family influences on your current values, beliefs, biases and stereotypes. You may discuss/interview family members to deepen your understanding of the cultural context in which your grandparents, parents and you have lived and how that context has contributed to the development of prejudice, both positive and negative. Answer the following questions using Chapter 10 , Chapter 11, and your life experiences.
Your Genogram should answer/address the following questions/topics:
What is prejudice? Who are your people? Where are they from? What are your religious beliefs?
What are the Affective, Behavioral, & Cognitive aspects of prejudice?What are your ethnic/cultural beliefs about people who look like you (your in-group)?
(Describe & Define them using the text and your own words)
Juxtapose Positive vs. Negative beliefs
What are your ethnic/cultural beliefs about people outside of your ethnic/cultural community (out-group)?What did your parents teach you about your culture?
Juxtapose Positive vs. Negative beliefs
Where did you learn these beliefs?
How have your experiences shaped your opinions of members of your in-group and members of out-groups?
What people in your life contribute to you adopting this worldview?
Greenberg, Schmader, Arndt, & Landau (2018) mention SEVERAL theories as sources of prejudice. Mention and Describe 3 of them in your OWN words. (APA Style)
What did your parents teach you about others?
What social forces (schools, religion, and media sources) shaped my perspective?
What experiences have you had with prejudicial thinking and discriminatory behavior?
When you were the victim?
When you were the victimizer?
How you have transcended or plan to transcend some of the prejudices you have inherited.
What ethno-cultural beliefs do you teach the younger members of your family?
What are some strategies to REDUCE prejudice, racism and discrimination mention in your text? Tell me about 3 ideas.
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