Learning How to Talk about Race: Cross-Cultural Comparisons in Race-Related Social Norms

Kanze, Jarren

The present research examines American and Chilean children's performance in a race-relevant categorization task, demonstrating that American children aged 9-10 avoid mentioning race, even though this avoidance negatively impacts performance. Alternatively, Chilean children refer to race openly, reflecting differing societal norms towards race and demonstrating that American children's self-modula... read more

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