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WE AND THE OTHERS – SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGISTS EXPLORING INTERGROUP RELATIONS
(Academic paper/Research - Finland - Finnish) (Unofficial translation)

Begin 12/05/2012 - 11:00

End 12/05/2012 - 15:00

Venue Tiedekulma/Think Corner, Aleksanterinkatu 7.

Organiser University of Helsinki

Website http://helsinginyliopisto.etapahtuma.fi/Default.aspx?tabid=304&id=3626

The research groups lead by Professor Karmela Liebkind and Professor Inga Jasinskaja-Lahti present their research.
 
1. (11-12) Who is prejudiced?
Tuuli Anna Mähönen talks about how we can get information about prejudices and presents methods typically used in social psychological attitude research.
Based on the results of her study, Kristina von Walzel discusses the attitudes of police officers toward immigrants.
 
2. (12-13) Who is being discriminated against?
Liisa Larja and Johanna Warius report the results of a situation test carried out for the first time in Finland. The test investigated recruitment discrimination based on ethnicity (Finnish or Russian) and gender.
Inga Jasinskaja-Lahti talks about how discrimination affects the victims’ well-being and self-image and their attitudes toward the discriminating group.
 
3. (13-14) Can attitudes be changed?
Emilia Solares and Aura Suova introduce the “Stories about friendship” – study material aimed at pupils in upper comprehensive school. The material is based on social psychological theories on influencing attitudes.
One of the internationally most renowned social psychologists, Professor Miles Hewstone (University of Oxford) speaks about what means to prevent or reduce prejudice he has found in his own research.

4. (14-15) What is Finnishness?
Based on the results of her study, Eerika Finell discusses what kind of notions of Finnishness different symbols evoke and how these notions influence the attitudes toward immigrants.
Sirkku Varjonen presents the ways in which immigrants who participated in her study talk about Finnishness and about being an immigrant. She will also present the photo exhibition on display. The exhibition examines the ways in which immigrants become defined and how they define themselves in Finland.

 
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