This study examined the relationship between parental ethnic subtle and blatant prejudice and filial attitudes toward the Africans in 21 pupil/parents pairs. Measures: for pupils, the short version of Doll Clark’s Paradigm (Clark & Clark, 1947) and the Italian version of Multi-response Racial Attitudes (Doyle & Aboud, 1995); for parents, the Italian version of Subtle and Blatant Prejudice Scale (Pettigrew & Meertens, 1995) referred to the Africans. Results showed positive relationships between maternal levels of prejudice and sons’ preferences toward black dolls; between maternal levels of the anti-intimacy and daughters’ refusals toward black dolls, and between paternal levels of the denial of positive emotions and daughters’ refusals toward black dolls.

Are parental and filial ethnic attitudes toward Africans related?

FALANGA, ROSSELLA;DE CAROLI, Maria Elvira;SAGONE, ELISABETTA
2014

Abstract

This study examined the relationship between parental ethnic subtle and blatant prejudice and filial attitudes toward the Africans in 21 pupil/parents pairs. Measures: for pupils, the short version of Doll Clark’s Paradigm (Clark & Clark, 1947) and the Italian version of Multi-response Racial Attitudes (Doyle & Aboud, 1995); for parents, the Italian version of Subtle and Blatant Prejudice Scale (Pettigrew & Meertens, 1995) referred to the Africans. Results showed positive relationships between maternal levels of prejudice and sons’ preferences toward black dolls; between maternal levels of the anti-intimacy and daughters’ refusals toward black dolls, and between paternal levels of the denial of positive emotions and daughters’ refusals toward black dolls.
Subtle and blatant ethnic prejudice, pupils/parents pairs, pupils’ ethnic attitudes, Africans.
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