Favoritism

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Favoritism or favouritism may refer to:

  • In-group favoritism, a pattern of favoring members of one's own group
    • Cronyism, partiality in awarding advantages to friends or trusted colleagues
    • Nepotism, favoritism granted to relatives and family members
  • Outgroup favoritism, positive regard for groups to which one does not belong (see System justification)

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