Attitudinal Ambivalence by Jost

By Jost

It truly is argued that contributors of low prestige teams are confronted with a mental clash among staff justification traits to guage individuals of one's personal crew favorably and procedure justification trends to advocate the prevalence of upper prestige outgroups. In learn 1, contributors of low prestige teams exhibited much less ingroup favoritism and extra ingroup ambivalence than did contributors of excessive prestige teams. Perceptions that the prestige alterations have been valid elevated outgroup favoritism and ambivalence between low prestige teams, and so they elevated ingroup favoritism and lowered ambivalence between excessive prestige teams. In research 2, the assumption in a simply global and social dominance orientation elevated ambivalence at the a part of girls towards girl sufferers of gender discrimination, yet they diminished ambivalence at the a part of males. proof right here shows that system-justifying variables raise ingroup ambivalence between low prestige workforce individuals and reduce ambivalence between excessive prestige workforce contributors.

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