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Prejudice and Discrimination in Europe

Prejudice and Discrimination in Europe

Andreas Zick (Editor), Thomas F. Pettigrew (Editor), Ulrich Wagner (Editor), Rick H. Hoyle (Editor)

ISBN: 978-1-405-18883-8

Jun 2008

200 pages

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All papers concentrate on empirical findings throughout Europe as well as cross-national comparisons. This research reveals both consistent patterns and intriguing differences across countries.
  • New research data from Western and Eastern European surveys and experiments
  • New theoretical conceptualizations of prejudice
  • Multi-disciplinary approaches
  • Debate on policy making with reference to non European countries
INTRODUCTION.

I Ethnic Prejudice and Discrimination: Andreas Zick, Thomas F. Pettigrew, and Ulrich Wagner.

RESEARCH AND THEORY.

II Everyday Racism as Predictor of Political racism in Flemish Belgium: Jacque Billiet and Hans de Witte.

III More than Two Decades of Changing Ethnic Attitudes in the Netherlands: Marcel Coenders, Marcel Lubbers, Peer Scheepers, and Maykel Verkuyten.

IV Black Immigrants in Portugal: Luso-tropicalism and Prejudice: Jorge Vala, Diniz Lopes, and Marcus Lima.

V Post-conflict Reconciliation: Intergroup Forgiveness and Implicit Biases in Northern Ireland: Tania Tam, Miles Hewstone, Jared Kenworthy, Ed Chairns, Claudia Marinetti, Leo Gedens, and Brian Parkinson.

VI Types of Identification and Intergroup Differentiation in the Russian Federation: Anca Minescu, Louk Hagendoorn, and Edwin Poppe.

VII Anti-Semitic Attitudes in Europe - a Comparative Perspective: Werner Bergmann.

VIII The Syndrome of Group-Focused Enmity: The Interrelation of Prejudices Tested with Multiple Cross-Sectional and Panel data: Andreas Zick, Carina Wolf, Beate Küpper, Eldad Davidov, Peter Schmidt, and Wilhelm Heitmeyer.

IX Relative Deprivation and Intergroup Prejudice: Thomas F. Pettigrew, Oliver Christ, Ulrich Wagner, Roel W. Meertens, Rolf van Dick, and Andreas Zick.

X Prejudice and Group-Related Behavior in Germany: Ulrich Wagner, Oliver Christ, and Thomas F. Pettigrew.

COMMENTARY.

XI Viewing Intergroup Relations in Europe through Allport’s Lens Model of Prejudice: Walter G. Stephan


  • New research data from Western and Eastern European surveys and experiments

  • New theoretical conceptualizations of prejudice

  • Multi-disciplinary approaches

  • Debate on policy making with reference to non European countries