Jim Sidanius “Terror, Intergroup Violence, and the Law.”
Posted by The Situationist Staff on October 14, 2010
In his fascinating presentation at Harvard Law School on September 12, 2010, Professor Sidanius discussed ways in which the legal system has been, and continues to be, used as a means to effectuate intergroup violence, particularly through the criminal justice system. Here is a video of that that talk [Duration: 54:10].
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Professor Sidanius, a Harvard University professor in the departments of Psychology and African and African American Studies, focuses his research on the political psychology of gender, group conflict, and institutional discrimination, as well as the evolutionary psychology of intergroup prejudice. He runs the Sidanius Lab in Intergroup Relations, which conducts research regarding intergroup relations, social inequality, hierarchy, stereotyping, ideology, and prejudice.
You can review previous Situationist posts discussing Jim Sidanius’s work here.
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