1-14-15 COM 471
1-14-15 COM 471 COM 471
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Date Created: 02/09/15
COM 471 Wednesday 11415 I Stereotypes intergroup 0 Some scholars and activists look for Villains I Let s catch us a stereotype O Stereotyping happens to ALL of us cannot be avoided 1 I First came the realistic con ict theorv RCT 1961 1967 from Muzafer Sherif 0 He was Turkish PhD from Colombia University professor at Yale Penn State and Oklahoma I 19061988 0 RCTs central tenet is that real con ict of group interests causes intergroup con ict 0 That is groups compete for scarce resources which in RCT terms include wealth prestige and power I Robbers Cave experiments 0 Robbers Cave State Park Oklahoma 0 22 elevenyear boys into 2 groups I White Protestant healthy psychologically safenormal I Two groups were kept secret from each other I Psychologists played roles of camp counselors 0 First State Informing the groups 0 All the while the boys were cooperative curious interested playful I Swimming hiking playing 0 One group named themselves the Rattlers 0 Second State Friction 0 Groups told of each other s existence 0 The other group named themselves the Eagles because Eagles eat Snakes rattlers I Name calling I Rude song I Competing for stuff I Rattlers captured baseball field and planted their ag on their new property I Groups wouldn t eat with each other 0 Third stage Peace 0 Mutual play firecrackers watching a movie didn t work 0 What did work Subordinate goals I When groups had to work together for a common dilemma they dropped their con ict
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