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ArtikelThe O. J. Simpson Criminal Verdict as A Racially Symbolic Event : A Longitudinal Analysis of Racial Attitude Change  
Oleh: Gaertner, Samuel L. ; Mottola, Gary R. ; Nier, Jason A.
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (http://journals.sagepub.com/home/pspc) vol. 26 no. 4 (2000), page 507-516.
Topik: RACIAL ATTITUDES; racial attitude change; criminal verdict; longitudinal analysis; racially symbolic event; O. J. Simpson
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Isi artikelWhite college students’ racial attitudes were assessed before and after the O. J. Simpson criminal verdict. The authors tested two models, derived from the Symbolic Racism perspective, to examine potential changes in racial attitudes following the verdict. According to the construal model, racial attitudes influence how individuals construe race - related events. Therefore, the construal model suggested that pre - verdict racial attitudes would predict perceptions of the Simpson verdict. The symbolic event model, however, suggested that the verdict itself shaped racial attitudes and that perceptions of the verdict would predict changes in racial attitudes, independent of the effect of pre - verdict racial attitudes. The symbolic event model was largely supported; perceptions of the verdict predicted changes in racial attitudes, and racial attitudes became more crystallized following the verdict. The construal model, however, was only weakly supported; pre - verdict racial attitudes predicted the perceived fairness of the verdict, but only for those whose attitudes were well - crystallized.
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