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In Jane Elliot's experiment on prejudice using the eye color of children, (Points : 2) the "in-group" cooperated with the "out-group" the "in-group" became vicious. the
"out-group" was unaffected. the "out-group" maintained test scores.
According to William Graham Sumner, viewed from the perspective of the dominant group, minority groups are an example of an C. out-group. [ [ [ [ "Thus a differentiation arises between ourselves, the we-group, or in-group, and everybody else, or the others- groups, out-groups." ] ] ] ]
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