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Throughout the semester, we have discussed the role of self-esteem in creating prejudiced attitudes and thinking.  On one hand, many personality theorists (e.g., Adorno et al., 1950) argue that hatre

Throughout the semester, we have discussed the role of self-esteem in creating prejudiced attitudes and thinking.  On one hand, many personality theorists (e.g., Adorno et al., 1950) argue that hatred and hostility toward outgroups are a result of low self-esteem.  That is, people with a negative self-image have a need to disparage outgroups as a way to increase their own sense of self-worth.  On the other hand, a number of cognitive theorists (e.g., Tajfel & Turner, 1986) contend that prejudice is tied to high self-esteem.  Specifically, a favorable self-image may lead people to assume that the groups of which they are members are superior to other groups in society.  Thus, the question:  Is it low or high self-esteem that is most responsible for prejudice?  Or, is self-esteem even related to prejudice at all?  What do you think?

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