Taking sides. Clashing views in social psychology / [selected, edited and with issue framing material by] Wind Goodfriend
Book | 2016 | Fifth edition.
Available at WCTC Social Issues Collection (HM1033 .T34 2016)

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Fifth edition.
iii, 256 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Includes bibliographical references.
Is there a "prejudiced personality" type? -- Is terror management real? -- Is viewing television violence harmful for children? -- Is high self-esteem really beneficial? -- Is the fear of bullying justified? -- Is hookup culture on college campuses bad for heterosexual girls? -- Are extremely homophobic people secretly gay? -- Are male teens more aggressive than female teens? -- Should parents be allowed to choose the sex of their children? -- Is racism a permanent feature of American society? -- Is race prejudice a product of group position? -- Is the emphasis on a color-blind society an answer to racism? -- Does the Implicit Association Test (IAT) measure racial prejudice? -- Do whites associate privilege with their skin color? -- Do minorities and whites engage in self-segregation? -- Does intergroup contact work to reduce prejudice?
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