Confronting Prejudice (Literally): Reactions to Confrontations of Racial and Gender Bias

@article{Czopp2003ConfrontingP,
  title={Confronting Prejudice (Literally): Reactions to Confrontations of Racial and Gender Bias},
  author={A. M. Czopp and M. J. Monteith},
  journal={Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin},
  year={2003},
  volume={29},
  pages={532 - 544}
}
Participants in two studies reported how they would feel, think, and behave after being confronted about either gender-biased or equivalent racial-biased responses. In Study 2, whether the confrontation was from a target group member (Black or female) or nontarget (White or male) group member was manipulated. Regardless of confronter status, allegations of racial bias elicited more guilt and apologetic-corrective responses and greater concern over having offended the confronter than similar… Expand

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