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The Role of Threats in The Racial Attitudes of Blacks and Whites
Stephan, Walter G.
Renfro, C. Lausanne
McNatt, Penny S.
Jackson, Linda A.
Ervin, Kelly S.
Boniecki, Kurt A.
Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (http://journals.sagepub.com/home/pspc) vol. 28 no. 9 (2002)
black and white
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This study employed the integrated threat theory of intergroup attitudes to examine the attitudes of Black and White students toward the other racial group. This theory synthesizes previous research on the relationships of threats to intergroup attitudes. Structural equation modeling revealed that for both racial groups, realistic threats, symbolic threats, and intergroup anxiety predicted attitudes toward the other group. To varying degrees, the effects of negative contact, strength of ingroup identity, perceptions of intergroup conflict, perceived status inequality, and negative stereotyping on negative racial attitudes were mediated by the three threat variables. The model accounted for more variance in the negative attitudes of Whites toward Blacks than in the negative attitudes of Blacks toward Whites. The implications of these findings are discussed.
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