Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination

By M. E. Kite and B. E. Whitley, Jr (3rd edn, 2016) New York & Abingdon: Routledge, 744pp.


  • Maggie Scott University of Salford



prejudice, discrimination

Author Biography

Maggie Scott, University of Salford

Lecturer in English Language and Literature


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How to Cite

Scott, M. (2017). Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination: By M. E. Kite and B. E. Whitley, Jr (3rd edn, 2016) New York & Abingdon: Routledge, 744pp. Journal of Language and Discrimination, 1(1), 111–114.



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