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ArtikelRacial Democracy in The Americas  
Oleh: Pena, Yesilernis ; Sidanius, Jim ; Sawyer, Mark
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology ( vol. 35 no. 6 (Nov. 2004), page 749-762.
Topik: DEMOCRACY; implicit attitudes; racial prejudice; racial democracy; african diaspora
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    • Nomor Panggil: JJ86.12
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Isi artikelThe "racial democracy" (liberian exceptionalism) thesis claims that prejudice in latin america is not only lower than that found in the united states but is essentially absent altogether. We explored the plausibility of this thesis by the use of both explicit and implicit prejudice measures among blacks and whites from the united states and three caribbean nations. In general, the results showed significant racial prejudice against blacks and in favor of whites in all four nations. African americans were the only participants not to participants from the united states) displayed lower implicit and explicit racial prejudice than participants in each of the three latino nations. Overall, the results clearly contradicted the thesis of racial democracy and suggest that latin america may not be nearly as egalitarian as some have argued.
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