The Effect of Identity Salience on Asian Women's Prejudice Attributions to Racism and Sexism.

Blakesley, Bianca M.


  • Abstract: Past research has generally asserted that women of color internalize and react more negatively to prejudice that is ethnically motivated than prejudice that is gender-based, but no one has examined whether this is true across contexts (King, 2003; Remedios et. al, 2012). Identity salience may act as moderator of the effect of rejection type (race or gender-based) on perceptions of prejudice ... read more
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