Communication Stereotypes

@article{Leonard1993CommunicationS,
  title={Communication Stereotypes},
  author={Rebecca Lorimer Leonard and Don C. Locke},
  journal={Journal of Black Studies},
  year={1993},
  volume={23},
  pages={332 - 343}
}
If Blacks and Whites are ever to engage in genuine communication, many barriers or obstacles must be removed. One of the more pervasive hindrances to authentic interracial relations is stereotyping. Blacks and Whites hold a variety of stereotypes of each other, often negative, and these racial stereotypes have generally remained unchanged over the years. Katz and Braly (1933) tackled the question of racial stereotypes early. They asked 100 White college students to choose from a prepared list… 

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