Experiments in intergroup discrimination

Author: Taijfel, H.

Description: Can discrimination be traced to some such origin as social conflict or a history of hostility? Not necessarily. Apparently the mere fact of division into groups is enough to trigger discriminatory behavior.

Subject headings: Discrimination, Psychological; Group Processes; Hostility; Humans; Psychology, Social; Social Conformity

Publication year: 1970

Journal or book title: Scientific American

Volume: 223

Issue: 5

Pages: 96-102

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Type: Journal Article

Serial number: 3002