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.
|Titolo:||Are parental and filial ethnic attitudes toward Africans related?|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2014|
|Citazione:||Are parental and filial ethnic attitudes toward Africans related? / Falanga R.; De Caroli M.E.; Sagone E. - In: PROCEDIA: SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES. - ISSN 1877-0428. - 116(2014), pp. 713-717.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|