By Michael L Hecht
A new integrative conceptual version of prejudice - the layered standpoint of cultural intolerance - is gifted within the quantity. This version is used to research the verbal exchange of prejudice in quite a few guises comparable to racism, sexism, homophobia, ageism and classism. Drawing on multidisciplinary views, the 1st chapters current the version and theoretical origin for the booklet. next chapters research particular foci of prejudice together with own prejudice in relationships, firms, and the media. a sequence of private narratives are integrated to demonstrate particular varieties and circumstances of prejudice.
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Communicating Prejudice by Michael L Hecht