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When are intergroup attitudes judged as free speech and when as prejudice? A social identity analysis of attitudes towards immigrants

Wang, Chris; Platow, Michael J.; Bar-Tal, Daniel; Augoustinos, Martha; Van Rooy, Dirk; Spears, Russell


Although anti-immigrant attitudes continue to be expressed around the world, identifying these attitudes as prejudice, truth or free speech remains contested. This contestation occurs, in part, because of the absence of consensually agreed-upon understandings of what prejudice is. In this context, the current study sought to answer the question, “what do people understand to be prejudice?” Participants read an intergroup attitude expressed by a member of their own group (an “in-group” member)...[Show more]

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Date published: 2021
Type: Journal article
Source: International Journal of Psychology
DOI: 10.1002/ijop.12775


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