Performative "Wokeness": Exploring Blacks' perceptions of White Allies who confront anti-Black racismCrittle, Chelsea.
Abstract: How does the racial identity of someone who confronts racial bias effect how the message is perceived? Earlier work on persuasion and confrontation has examined aspects of the messenger, message, and perceiver in the effectiveness of confronting racial bias. Given that past research has focused on non-stigmatized individuals' (e.g. Whites, men) perceptions of stigmatized individuals (e.g... read more
- Tufts University. Department of Psychology.
- Permanent URL
|To Cite:||DCA Citation Guide|