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History[ edit ] The theory was officially named by Donald Campbellbut has been articulated by others since the middle of the 20th century. He criticized psychologists like John ThibautHarold Kelleyand George Homanswho emphasized theories that place food, sex, and pain avoidance as central to all human processes.
According to Campbell, hedonistic assumptions do not adequately explain intergroup relations. The first stage being " ingroup formation", in which upon arrival the boys were split into two approximately equal groups based on similarities.
Each group was unaware of the other group's presence. The second stage was the "friction phase", wherein the groups were entered in competition with one another in various camp games. Valued prizes were awarded to the winners. This caused both groups to develop negative attitudes and behaviors towards the outgroup.
The third and final stage was the "integration stage". During this stage, tensions between the groups were reduced through teamwork-driven tasks that required intergroup cooperation. In two earlier studies the boys ganged up on a common enemy, and in fact on occasion ganged up on the experimenters themselves showing an awareness of being manipulated.
Fighting soon broke out, not Christian vs Muslim but Blue vs Red. According to the survey, most whites held negative attitudes toward school districts' attempts to integrate schools via school busing in the s.
In these surveys, there was a general perceived threat that whites had of African Americans. RCT can help explain discrimination against different ethnic and racial groups.
To demonstrate this, Duckitt created a scheme of types of realistic conflict with groups of unequal status and their resulting correlation with prejudice. This occurs when the ingroup and outgroup do not have equal status. If domination occurs, there are two responses the subordinate group may have.
One is stable oppression, in which the subordinate group accepts the dominating group's attitudes on some focal issue and sometimes, the dominant group's deeper values to avoid further conflict.
The second response that may occur is unstable oppression. This occurs when the subordinate group rejects the lower status forced upon them, and sees the dominating group as oppressive.
The dominant group then may view the subordinates' challenge as either justified or unjustified. If it is seen as unjustified, the dominant group will likely respond to the subordinates' rebellion with hostility.
If the subordinates' rebellion is viewed as justified, the subordinates are given the power to demand change.Jul 31, · Conflict theory is one of the most salient theories in the social sciences, because it brings together elements of sociology and psychology, and can be applied to almost every practical area of research including economics and criminology.
Realistic conflict theory (initialized RCT), also known as realistic group conflict theory (initialized RGCT), is a social psychological model of intergroup conflict. The theory explains how intergroup hostility can arise as a result of conflicting goals and competition over limited resources, and it also offers an explanation for the feelings of prejudice and discrimination toward the.
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Conflict theory is the belief that change and conflict are good for societyflict theorists such as Karl Marx, David Hume, and Adam Ferguson believe that every society requires a minimum realistic view about its conflicts in order to survive/5(19).
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