Social dominance: an intergroup theory of social hierarchy and oppressionAuthor: Sidanius, Jim ; Pratto, FeliciaPublisher: Cambridge University Press (CUP) 2001.Language: EnglishDescription: 403 p. : Graphs/Ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0521805406 ; 9780521805407Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index
Social Dominance An Intergroup Theory of Social Hierarchy and Oppression Contents Acknowledgments Part I From There to Here: Theoretical Background 1 From Viciousness to Viciousness: Theories of Intergroup Relations 2 Social Dominance Theory: A New Synthesis Part II Oppression and Its Psycho-Ideological Elements 3 The Psychology of Group Dominance: Social Dominance Orientation 4 "Let's Both Agree That You're Really Stupid": The Power of Consensual Ideology Part III The Circle of Oppression: The Myriad Expressions of Institutional Discrimination 5 "You Stay in Your Part of Town, and I'll Stay in Mine": Discrimination in the Housing and Retail Markets 6 "They're Just Too Lazy to Work": Discrimination in the Labor Market 7 "They're Just Mentally and Physically Unfit": Discrimination in Education and Health Care 8 "The More of 'Them' in Prison, the Better": Institutional Terror, Social Control, and the Dynamics of the Criminal Justice System Part IV Oppression as a Cooperative Game 9 Social Hierarchy and Asymmetrical Group Behavior page ix 1 3 31 59 61 103 127 131 150 178 202 225 227 10 Sex and Power: The Intersecting Political Psychologies of Patriarchy and Arbitrary-Set Hierarchy 11 Epilogue 263 299 311 345 389 401 Notes References Author Index Subject Index
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