1st Edition

Prejudice From Individual Identity to Nationalism in Young People

    256 Pages
    by Routledge

    260 Pages
    by Routledge

    How do some little angels turn into bigoted little monsters? This is a study of how people's prejudices towards one another develop from an early age. Based on empirical research of children aged five to 11, it explores the nature of categorization and stereotypes - from groups to nations.

    1: Prejudice as personal definition; 2: Sources of information; 3: Early discriminations: the forming of group identities and the self; 4: The divided world: perceptions of inequality; 5: The sense of self in the environment; 6: The world in its place: nations and nationalities; 7: The world and the individual's point of view; 8: Groups of identity: peoples, races, nations and cultures; Towards conclusions


    Cedric (Professor of Education Cullingford