|Number of pages||7|
|Journal||New Zealand Journal of Psychology|
|State||Published - 2019|
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In: New Zealand Journal of Psychology, Vol. 48, No. 1, 2019, p. 16-22.
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TY - JOUR
T1 - Prejudice is about collective values, not a biased psychological system
AU - Platow, Michael J.
AU - Van Rooy, Dirk
AU - Augoustinos, Martha
AU - Spears, Russell
AU - Bar-Tal, Daniel
AU - Grace, Diana M.
N1 - Funding Information: Indeed, we must be willing to have our norms and values challenged by others as we negotiate and re-negotiate our understandings of the social world we inhabit. What we see as truth today may well be challenged as prejudice tomorrow. But if we seek a world of intergroup tolerance and acceptance, we must develop collective values and a shared definition of who we are that will enable this to come to fruition. We must seek to instil our groups with the norms and values that will realize our goals. And we must work to ensure that these collective norms and values do not place others outside the sphere of human groups as the Christchurch murder did. As a wise leader recently noted in observing specific intergroup relations, “they are us.” For correspondence, contact Michael Platow, Research School of Psychology, The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT 260, Australia; Michael.Platow@anu.edu.au. This research was supported in part by an Australian Research Council Discovery Grant DP160101157. Ethical permission to conduct this research was granted by the ANU HREC Protocol 2016/065. The Prejudice Census can be found at https://psychology.anu.edu.au/research/projects/prejudice-census.
PY - 2019
Y1 - 2019
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SN - 0112-109X
VL - 48
SP - 16
EP - 22
JO - New Zealand Journal of Psychology
JF - New Zealand Journal of Psychology
IS - 1