Children's evaluations of interethnic exclusion: The effects of ethnic boundaries, respondent ethnicity, and majority in-group bias.

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Two vignette studies were conducted in which preadolescent children (Study 1: N=542; Study 2: N=137; aged 8-13years) evaluated the exclusion, for unknown reasons, of an immigrant minority child by a native majority peer (majority interethnic exclusion). Study 1 compared children's evaluations of majority interethnic exclusion with their evaluations of… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jecp.2017.01.005

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@article{Thijs2017ChildrensEO, title={Children's evaluations of interethnic exclusion: The effects of ethnic boundaries, respondent ethnicity, and majority in-group bias.}, author={Jochem T. Thijs}, journal={Journal of experimental child psychology}, year={2017}, volume={158}, pages={46-63} }