Subject: social self-esteem; personal self-esteem; in-group bias; out-group discrimination; ethnic groups
Previous research has found that, in cases of intergroup conflict, people are likely to evaluate their groups more positively than the groups they do not belong to, but are also more ready to derogate the out-group. Two important factors need to be taken into considerat... View more
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