Hate, prejudice and discrimination

Hate, prejudice and discrimination

This e-book presents a special initiative addressing hate, prejudice, and discrimination in unique contexts. Chapters in this issue reflect a combination of empirical and theoretical work. These contributions address a range of timely topics, including, but not limited to, factors influencing perceptions of immigration, demographically-based biases in legal decisions, and multi-level framing of aggression and conflict in international settings. Two clear themes emerge to offer new theoretically-informed insights into hate, prejudice and discrimination.

A cross-national examination of prejudice toward immigrants: the role of education and political ideology,A typology of theoretical approaches to the study of Rwandan Tutsi genocide,Do people perceive juvenile sex offenders who are gay and Christian as hypocrites? The effects of shared and dual identity defendants,Introduction to the special issue on hate, prejudice and discrimination,Juror perceptions of female-female sexual harassment: do sexual orientation and type of harassment matter?,Prejudice toward immigrants in student and community samples,Psychological and structural bias in civil jury awards,The inter-relationship between violence and education amidst armed conflict in southern Thailand

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