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Intolerance based on differences in race, nation, ethnicity, gender can also inhibit the achievement of a positive peace. This happens when the institutionalization of intolerance leads to lack of economic opportunity and the consequent shortening of the life span or to the limiting of freedom of choice and fulfilment, thus diminishing the quality of life. This notion emerged in the thinking of the Nobel Committee members when prizes were awarded to Jane Adams, John Mott, and the Quakers. The key role that human values play in shaping social institutions and, therefore, in inhibiting or facilitating the achievement of positive peace was recognized when prizes were awarded to Albert Schweitzer and Mother Theresa.
Non-verbal as well as subtle interactional, pragmatic and stylistic means of controlling the other speech partner may, therefore, yield valid diagnostics for inferences about underlying inegalitarian ideologies. Conclusion Ideologies need to be analysed as the socio-cognitive interface between societal structures, of groups, group relations and institutions, on the one hand, and individual thought, action and discourse, on the other hand. In such a combined cognitive and social approach to ideology, we assume that ideologies are constructed by a biased selection of basic social values and organized by group self-schemata in which categories, such as identity, task, goal, norms, position and resources play an important role.
More generally, we find that, in principle, all information that is detrimental to the ingroup will tend to remain implicit, and information that is unfavourable to the outgroup will be made explicit, and vice versa (our negative points and their positive points will remain implicit). The same holds for the variation in levels of generality and the degrees of specificity in describing events. Not only are ‘our’ blunders or crimes described in euphemistic terms and attributed to circumstances beyond our control or blamed on our victims, but they are also described in more general, abstract terms.