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Abstract

The extensive literatures on prejudice and ethnic conflict exist largely in isolation from one another. This essay attempts to bridge the gap between the social-psychological study of prejudice and macropolitical explanations of ethnic conflict. We argue that social-psychological inquiry could be strengthened by cross-national field research. Macro-level investigation of ethnic conflict would profit from more systematic research design, particularly where authors seek to establish the influence of micro-level mechanisms, such as persuasion by the mass media.

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2003-06-01
2024-04-14
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