Social Psychology Articles: A Comparative Analysis

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Social Psychology Articles: A Comparative Analysis
Introduction
Analyzing and comparing the social psychology articles, “Social Darwinism, Scientific Racism, and the Metaphysics of Race”, by Dennis M. Rutledge and “Social Perception of the Personality of the Disabled”, by MayLynn Costa and Eleanor Willemson confirms that both articles provide interesting and informative data and conclusions about pertinent social psychology issues. They were both published in academic journals and are primarily intended for an academic audience, but the general public will find both articles to be of interest as well.
In the first article, Rutledge examined the theories of Darwin, Spencer, and Sumner, the work of researchers...

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Costa, MayLynn Costa and Willemson, Eleanor. “Social Perception of the Personality of the Disabled.” Social Behavior and Personality, 2006.
Harary, K., & Donahue, E. “Who Do You Think You Are? Explore Your Many-Sided Self With the Berkeley Personality Profile. San Francisco, CA: Harper San Francisco, 1994.
Herrnstein, R., & Murray, C. The Bell Curve: Intelligence and Class Structure in American Life. New York: The Free Press, 1994.
Kentle, R. L. “An Examination of Five Personality Factors.“ Personality and Individual Differences, 16, 793-798. 1994.
Rutledge, Dennis M. “Social Darwinism, Scientific Racism, and the Metaphysics of Race.” Journal of Negro Education, Summer 1995.