I ended my Part 1 blog on this topic with the comment that the internal ego state model can be a useful way to understand what is happening when people are displaying prejudiced behaviour.
Here is a repeat of that diagram, about which I wrote as follows in my 1993 article.
In Part 1 of this blog I set the scene in my article and now in Part 2 I have reproduced for you what I wrote about prejudice and internal ego states. In Part 3 I will look at behavioural ego states and channels of communication, and finally in Part 4 I give some ideas about the game of PC – Politically Correct’.
Hay, Julie (1993) TA and ADP – What can Transactional Analysis contribute to Anti-Discriminatory Practice? INTAD Newsletter 2:1 4-8
In 1993 there was not so much attention being paid to referencing. Additional references that apply for this blog are:
Internal ego states - Hay, Julie (1992) Transactional Analysis for Trainers Maidenhead: McGraw-Hill (currently published as 2nd edition, 2009, Hertford: Sherwood Publishing
Rubberband – Kupfer, David & Haimowitz, Morris (1971) Therapeutic Interventions Part 1 Rubberbands Now. Transactional Analysis Journal 1:1 10-16
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