Bias-Motivated Incidents and Racial & Ethnic Attrition: Relating the Prevalence of Racially-Motivated Hate Crimes to the Reported Identity of Americans

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When racial hate crimes increase in an individual’s county, there is a question of whether it affects how people racially identify. Prevalence of hate crimes may cause individuals to disassociate from being a person of color. Such dissociation can be motivated by fear, or it could be motivated by understanding hate crimes as a proxy for other discrimination… (More)

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@inproceedings{Duchan2016BiasMotivatedIA, title={Bias-Motivated Incidents and Racial & Ethnic Attrition: Relating the Prevalence of Racially-Motivated Hate Crimes to the Reported Identity of Americans}, author={Cassandra Duchan and Francisca M. Antman}, year={2016} }