Gordon W. Allport
Publisher: Basic Books; Unabridged edition (January 22, 1979)
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With profound perception into the complexities of the human event, Harvard psychologist Gordon Allport equipped a mass of analysis to supply a landmark examine at the roots and nature of prejudice. First released in 1954, the character of Prejudice continues to be the traditional paintings on discrimination. Now this vintage research is obtainable in a unique unabridged variation with a brand new creation by way of Kenneth Clark of Columbia collage and a brand new preface by means of Thomas Pettigrew of Harvard University.Allport’s complete and penetrating paintings examines all points of this age-old challenge: its roots in person and social psychology, its different types of expression, its effect at the contributors and groups. He explores every kind of prejudice-racial, spiritual, ethnic, monetary and sexual-and bargains feedback for lowering the devastating results of discrimination.The extra fabric by way of Clark and Pettigrew updates the social-psychological examine in prejudice and attests to the long-lasting values of Allport’s unique theories and insights.