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faculty: "FMG" and publication year: "1995"
| Authors||T.F. Pettigrew, R.W. Meertens|
|Title||Subtle and blatant prejudice in Western Europe|
|Journal||European Journal of Social Psychology|
|Faculty||Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences|
|Institute/dept.||FMG: Psychology Research Institute|
|Keywords||Cross-Cultural-Differences; Intergroup-Dynamics; Prejudice|
|Abstract||Developed 10-item scales to measure blatant and subtle prejudice. The 2 subscales of blatant prejudice were threat and rejection and anti-intimacy; the 3 subscales of subtle prejudice were the defense of traditional values, the exaggeration of cultural differences, and the denial of positive emotions. Data from 3,810 European respondents across 4 nations provided evidence for the cross-national importance of the distinction between blatant and subtle prejudice. The 2 measures were moderately correlated, had adequate reliabilities, and yielded an exploratory factorial structure that mirrored earlier findings about intergroup prejudice. The confirmatory factor analytic results further support the blatant-subtle distinction. This distinction is discussed as it relates to the specified correlates and effects of prejudice. Finally, a normative interpretation of subtle prejudice is given.|
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