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      Not Competent but Warm... Really? Compensatory Stereotypes in the French-speaking World

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      Group Processes & Intergroup Relations
      SAGE Publications

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          Self-categorisation, commitment to the group and group self-esteem as related but distinct aspects of social identity

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            (Dis)respecting versus (Dis)liking: Status and Interdependence Predict Ambivalent Stereotypes of Competence and Warmth

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              How do individuals expect to be viewed by members of lower status groups? Content and implications of meta-stereotypes.

              Three studies demonstrated that meta-stereotypes held by members of dominant groups about how their group is viewed by a lower status group have important implications for intergroup relations. Study 1 confirmed that White Canadians hold a shared negative meta-stereotype about how they are viewed by Aboriginal Canadians; Studies 2 and 3 extended these results to people's beliefs about an individual out-group member's impressions of them. Feeling stereotyped was associated with negative emotions about intergroup interaction as well as decreases in current self-esteem and self-concept clarity. The perceptions of low- and high-prejudiced persons (LPs and HPs) diverged in a manner consistent with their distinct personal values and group identifications. LPs held a more negative meta-stereotype than did HPs. However, in a one-on-one interaction, HPs sensed that they were stereotyped, whereas LPs felt that they conveyed a counterstereotypical impression.
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                Group Processes & Intergroup Relations
                Group Processes & Intergroup Relations
                SAGE Publications
                1368-4302
                1461-7188
                July 18 2005
                July 18 2005
                : 8
                : 3
                : 291-308
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                10.1177/1368430205053944
                096df9b4-b737-4a5d-93b3-865723e4d30b
                © 2005

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