Section Information




"Prejudice" is a section in the Journal of Social Psychology Research (ISSN: 2810-9767) that focuses on high-quality research on all aspects of prejudice, discrimination, and related phenomena. The scope of "Prejudice" includes research on individual, group, and cultural influences on prejudice, as well as the social and psychological consequences of prejudice.


This section will consider articles in the following area, but not limited to:


- bias
- bigotry
- collective self and identity
- conformity
- discrimination
- ethnocentrism
- group processes
- homophobia
- inclusion
- intergroup relations
- minority and majority influence
- prejudice
- social categorization
- social dilemmas
- social identity
- stereotyping
- xenophobia









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