Indeed, the role of contact in reducing prejudice is now so well documented that it justifies being referred to as intergroup contact theory (Hewstone & Swart.
In the years prior to Allport's framing of intergroup contact theory, social scientists had already begun discussing.
Gordon W. Allport is often credited with the development of the contact hypothesis, also known as Intergroup Contact Theory. The premise of Allport's theory.
Finally, both individual differences and societal norms shape intergroup contact effects. The chapter outlines a longitudinal intergroup contact theory.
Abstract Allport specified four conditions for optimal intergroup contact: equal group status within the situation, common goals, intergroup cooperation and.
norms shape intergroup contact effects. The chapter outlines a longitudinal intergroup contact theory. It distinguishes between essential and facilitating factors.
Intergroup contact theory. Pettigrew TF(1). Author information: (1)Department of Psychology, University of California, Santa Cruz, California , USA.
Items 1 - 16 of 16 When people from different groups meet, what are the effects? That is the question that intergroup contact theory sets out to answer. This theory.
Recent advances in intergroup contact theory and research are reviewed. A meta -analysis with studies and more than , subjects demonstrates that.