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Stigma : a social psychological analysis / Irwin Katz.

Hillsdale, N.J. : L. Erlbaum Associates, 1981.
ISBN 0898590787

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Subjects African Americans -- Public opinion.
États-Unis -- Relations raciales.
Handicapés -- Opinion publique.
Noirs américains -- Opinion publique.
People with disabilities -- Public opinion.
Race Relations.
Race relations.
Social Alienation.
Stigma (Social psychology)
United States -- Race relations.
United States.
Description xi, 140 pages ; 24 cm
Copyright Date 1981.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 124-130) and index.
Contents Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; 1. Introduction-Stigma and Ambivalence; The Stigma Notion; Ambivalence; Focus of this Book; 2. Attitudes Toward Blacks and the Handicapped; Attitudes About Blacks; Attitudes About the Disabled; Comparison of Racial and Disability Attitudes; 3. A Theory of Ambivalence-Induced Behavioral Amplification; A Framework for Studying Ambivalence Effects; 4. The Scapegoating of Stigmatized Victims; Experiment on Denigration of a Black Victim; Effect of Attitude on Denigration of a Black Victim; Experiment on Denigration of a Handicapped Victim. Discussion5. Helping Stigmatized Victims; Experiment on Helping a Black Victim; First Experiment on Helping a Handicapped Victim; Second Experiment on Helping a Handicapped Victim; General Discussion; 6. A Reverse Tokenism Effect; First Experiment on Effect of Helping a Disabled Person; Second Experiment on Effect of Helping a Disabled Person; General Discussion; 7. Some Stimulus Factors in Cross-Racial Helping; The Telephone Experiment; The Subway Interview Experiment; The Change-For-A-Quarter Experiment; General Discussion; The Petition Study; Related Research; Summary. 8. How Characteristics of the Handicapped Influence Helping and Other Responses of Observers Experiment on Willingness to Help Disabled Persons with Positive or Negative Traits; Experiment on Anger; Discussion; 9. Forming Impressions of Stigmatized Persons with Positive or Negative Traits; Dienstbier's Experiments; The University of Texas Studies; Research by Linville and Jones; Additional Studies of Reactions to the Handicapped; Summary; 10. A Nonverbal Technique for Assessing Ambivalence; The Response-Latency Experiment; 11. Summary of Findings and Theoretical Discussion; Summary of Findings. Issues and Implications -- Appendix: Some Thoughts on the Stigmatization Process; References; Author Index; Subject Index.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)6648524
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WorldCat Identities Katz, Irwin.
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