"Not only are all contributions learned, but they are elegantly written, meticulously researched, and persuasively argued. Indeed, a careful reading between the lines will offer some realistic hope for a future in which the ills of prejudice might be contained, perhaps even reduced, though—alas—never eliminated.”—Andrei S. Markovits,Karl W. Deutsch Collegiate Professor of Comparative Politics and German Studies,Arthur F. Thurnau Professor, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Handbook of Prejudice by Anton Pelinka, Karin Bischof, and Karin Stögner
This book contains twelve carefully researched and well-written essays on the timely topic of the problem of prejudice. The contributors were chosen for their scholarly expertise in their particular fields. Taken together they provide an interdisciplinary approach, each casting light from a different angle on the problem of prejudice. This book will be an essential addition for all collections in sociology, sexism, heterosexism, disability studies, geriatrics studies, religious studies, history, art history, psychology, bioscience, law, and contemporary language behavior.
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