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Varieties off Group Self-Centeredness and Dislike of the Specific Other

Bizumic, Boris; Duckitt, John

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This investigation tests relationships between three kinds of group self-centeredness and their relationship with negativity towards specific outgroups. A questionnaire study with 270 undergraduates focused on three prominent kinds of group self-centeredness: ethnocentrism, fundamentalism, and anthropocentrism. Although overall ethnocentrism, fundamentalism, and anthropocentrism were positively intercorrelated, fundamentalism was positively associated with one ethnocentrism dimension...[Show more]

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Date published: 2007
Type: Journal article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/30296
Source: Basic and Applied Social Psychology

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