Claims of ‘post-racial’ society and other denials of racism may reflect ignorance of history
Asian News International: New research has suggested that commonly observed differences in how groups perceive racism may be explained by ignorance about, and even denial of, the extent of racism over the course of history.
Claims of “Post-Racial” Society and Other Denials of Racism May Reflect Ignorance of History
Commonly observed differences in how groups perceive racism may be explained by ignorance about — and even denial of — the extent of racism over the course of history, a psychology study suggests.
Timing Can Affect Whether Women and Minorities Face Discrimination
Timing can affect whether females and minorities experience discrimination — says a study published today in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science. Emails were sent from fictional prospective doctoral students to
Royal Holloway University of London, UK What does your research focus on? My research focuses on intergroup relations, particularly acculturation and other phenomena affecting ethnic minorities. More recently, I have started to investigate predictors of
Special Section on Stigma in Perspectives on Psychological Science: Group Differences, Not Deficits
Psychological scientists are faced with the arduous task of identifying distinctions between humans without stigmatizing groups of people based on these differences. In this special section of Perspectives on Psychological Science, experts present reasons for
Motivation to End Racism Relies on ‘Yes We Can’ Approach
If you’re trying to end racism, it’s not enough to get people to understand that racism is still a problem. You also have to make them feel like they can do something about it, according to a study published in Psychological Science.