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Rather, it is the fact that one group (in this case, Americans of Northern European descent)— because of its position of power—can more fully translate its negative feelings into real social, political, economic, and psychological consequences for the targeted group. Because of this difference, the term racism is used in relation to the racial attitudes and behavior of majority group members. Similar attitudes and behaviors on the part of people of color are referred to as prejudice and discrimination (a term commonly used to mean actions taken on the basis of one’s prejudices).
Rather, both carry into the helping situation prejudices and stereotypes about the other’s ethnicity; if unaddressed, these biases cannot help but interfere with communication. In this chapter, you will learn about the dynamics of racism: its structure and meaning, the functions it serves for the individual and for society, how it operates psychologically, and why it is so resistant to change. The chapter ends with a self-assessment tool: a series of exercises intended to help you explore personal prejudices, stereotypes, and attitudes toward specific ethnic groups.
2. Racism is a broad and all-pervasive social phenomenon that is mutually reinforced at all levels of society. In this regard, J. M. Jones (1972) distinguishes Copyright 2011 Cengage Learning, Inc. All Rights Reserved. May not be copied, scanned, or duplicated, in whole or in part. 36 Chapter 3 three levels of racism: individual, institutional, and cultural. , 1997, p. 89). Institutional racism involves the manipulation of societal institutions to give preferences and advantages to Whites and at the same time restrict the choices, rights, mobility, and access of people of color.