Interethnic prejudice as a function of identity and perceived conflict
Eighty-Eighth Annual Meeting Midwestern Psychological Association
We examined how ethnic identity, interethnic conflict, and prejudice are related among African Americans, Asian Americans, and White Americans. As expected, group identity only predicted prejudice expressed by Whites. Also, group identity mediated the relationship between perceived conflict and prejudice for Whites, but not for Asian Americans or African Americans.
Audrey James, Elisa Hernandez, Zachary C. Roth, and Jay W. Jackson (2016).
Interethnic prejudice as a function of identity and perceived conflict. Presented at Eighty-Eighth Annual Meeting Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, ILL.
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