The principal theme of the book is that social science is at its best, and most exciting, when it confronts and refutes "cultures of prejudice"-intricate systems of beliefs and attitudes that sustain many forms of social oppression and that are, themselves, sustained by ignorance and fear of the unknown and the unfamiliar.
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