These are the sources and citations used to research Xenophobia. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on
In-text: (Cuddy et al., 2009)
Your Bibliography: Cuddy, A., Fiske, S., Kwan, V., Glick, P., Demoulin, S., Leyens, J., Bond, M., Croizet, J., Ellemers, N., Sleebos, E., Htun, T., Kim, H., Maio, G., Perry, J., Petkova, K., Todorov, V., Rodríguez-Bailón, R., Morales, E., Moya, M., Palacios, M., Smith, V., Perez, R., Vala, J. and Ziegler, R., 2009. Stereotype content model across cultures: Towards universal similarities and some differences. British Journal of Social Psychology, 48(1), pp.1-33.
In-text: (Dunham, Baron and Banaji, 2006)
Your Bibliography: Dunham, Y., Baron, A. and Banaji, M., 2006. From American City to Japanese Village: A Cross-Cultural Investigation of Implicit Race Attitudes. Child Development, 77(5), pp.1268-1281.
In-text: (Fiske, Cuddy and Glick, 2007)
Your Bibliography: Fiske, S., Cuddy, A. and Glick, P., 2007. Universal dimensions of social cognition: warmth and competence. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 11(2), pp.77-83.
For the most part we do not first see, and then define, we define first and then see. In the great blooming, buzzing confusion of the outer world we pick out what our culture has already defined for us, and we tend to perceive that which we have picked out in the form stereotyped for us by our culture.
In-text: (Lippmann, 1921)
Your Bibliography: Lippmann, W., 1921. Public Opinion. [online] Xroads.virginia.edu. Available at: <http://xroads.virginia.edu/~hyper/Lippman/contents.html> [Accessed 7 March 2015].
In-text: (Newman, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Newman, L., 2009. Was Walter Lippmann interested in stereotyping?: Public opinion and cognitive social psychology. History of Psychology, 12(1), pp.7-18.
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