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Contact with the foreigner: a study of intergroup contact with foreign nationals as constructed by black South Africans in Umlazi, G section post 2015 xenophobic attacks.
In intergroup contact literature, the contact hypothesis has been proven to be an effective prejudice reduction tool when contact occurs under optimal conditions (for example: Pettigrew and Troop, 2006). However, research ...
"They say Butch go catch him" : a study of imagined intergroup contact as constructed by informal settlers as abject partners in contact.
The imagined contact hypothesis has provided strong empirical evidence that positive mental simulations of intergroup encounters result in the same mediation benefits of direct intergroup contact (e.g. Turner, Crisp & ...