16 19 Functions edit Early studies suggested that stereotypes were only used by rigid, repressed, and authoritarian people. This idea has been refuted by contemporary studies that suggest the ubiquity of stereotypes and it was suggested to regard stereotypes as collective group beliefs, meaning that.
Second, categorized information is more specific than non-categorized information, as categorization accentuates properties that are shared by all members of a group. Third, people can readily describe object in a category because objects in the same category have distinct characteristics.
Groups that do not compete with the in-group for the same resources (e.g., college space) are perceived as warm, whereas high-status (e.g., economically or educationally successful) groups are considered competent. The groups within each of the four combinations of high and low levels of warmth.
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13 Modern research asserts that full understanding of stereotypes requires considering them from two complementary perspectives: as shared within a particular culture/subculture and as formed in the mind of an individual person. 20 Relationship between cognitive and social functions edit Stereotyping can serve cognitive functions.
3 13 For stereotyping to function on an intergroup level (see social identity manual yamaha motif 7 approaches: social identity theory and self-categorization theory an individual must see themselves as part of a group and being part of that group must also be salient for the individual.
15 Early theories of stereotype content proposed by social psychologists such as Gordon Allport assumed that stereotypes of outgroups reflected uniform antipathy. 16 17 For instance, Katz and Braly argued in their classic 1933 study that ethnic stereotypes were uniformly negative.
13 Craig McGarty, Russell Spears, and Vincent Y. Yzerbyt (2002) argued that the cognitive functions of stereotyping are best understood in relation to its social functions, and vice versa. 21 Cognitive functions edit Stereotypes can help make sense of the world.
1 Yet another perspective suggests that stereotypes are people's biased perceptions of their social contexts. 1 In this view, people use stereotypes as shortcuts to make sense of their social contexts, and this makes a person's task of understanding his or her world less cognitively.
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(2002 Four types of stereotypes resulting from combinations of perceived warmth and competence. Stereotype content refers to the attributes that people think characterize a group. Studies of stereotype content examine what people think of others, rather than the reasons and mechanisms involved in stereotyping.
Therefore, according to Tajfel, 13 Jews were stereotyped as being evil and yearning for world domination to match the anti-Semitic facts as presented in The Protocols of the Elders of Zion. Justification purposes edit People create stereotypes of an outgroup to justify the actions that.