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Volume 180, 20232023 International Conference on Education, Psychology and Cultural Communication (ICEPCC 2023)
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|Navigating Gender, Identity, and Social Constructs: A Multifaceted Exploration
|15 December 2023
Relation between workplace stereotypes, explicit attitudes and implicit attitudes
School of Arts and Science, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 08901, United States
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With the increasing number of international contacts and the rapid development of global trades, the company’s workforce is becoming more diverse. The problem of Stereotypes and Attitudes has jeopardized the relationship between employees, which increases the phenomenon of inequality and discrimination in the workplace. In order to find possible solutions for such problems, this paper reviewed multiple articles and tried to look at Stereotypes and explicit and implicit attitudes from a different angle. While there is relatively less literature regarding the topic of possible relationship between stereotypes and attitudes, a few research articles helped to infer possible connections between them: explicit attitudes can exacerbate the contradiction of stereotypes; and implicit attitudes also affect the formation of stereotypes unconsciously. Because implicit attitudes affect people’s behaviour unconsciously, diving into it with more details, few articles have suggested it is possible to change individuals’ implicit attitudes, and the duration is able to last in the long term. Based on these reviewed articles, it has come to a conclusion that Attitudes play an important role in impacting the formation of Stereotypes. This paper intends to help reduce stereotype issues and offer possible solutions to decrease workplace inequality and discrimination.
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