EL PRINCIPIO DE JERARQUÍA SOCIAL COMO EXPLICACIÓN DEL PREJUICIO Y EL RECHAZO A LA ACCIÓN POSITIVA

  • Martínez C
  • Paterna C
  • Rosa A
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Abstract

Social dominance orientation (Sidanius et al.,1992) has been proposed as one antecedent of social attitudes. This study examines the relationships of this variable to prejudice, both blatant and subtle (Pettigrew and Meertens, 1995), and also to attitudes toward affirmative action. Two hundred people participated in the study. The data showed that social dominance orientation is a good predictor of blatant prejudice but not of subtle. These results are explained in relation to a multidimensional conception of the social dominance scale, in opposition to the unidimensionality defended by its authors

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  • Social dominance orientation
  • affirmative action
  • prejudice
  • social attitudes

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Authors

  • C Martínez

  • C Paterna

  • A I Rosa

  • J Angosto

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