Differential social perception and attribution of intergroup violence: testing the lower limits of sterotyping of blacks.

  title={Differential social perception and attribution of intergroup violence: testing the lower limits of sterotyping of blacks.},
  author={B L Duncan},
  journal={Journal of personality and social psychology},
  volume={34 4},
  • B L Duncan
  • Published 1976 in Journal of personality and social psychology
In a modified 4 X 4 factorial design with race (black-white) of the harm-doer and race (black-white) of the victim as the major factors, the phenomenon of differential social perception of intergroup violence was established. While subjects, observing a videotape of purported ongoing ineraction occuring in another room, labeled an act (ambiguous shove) as more violent when it was performed by a black than when the same act was perpetrated by a white. That is, the concept of violence was more… CONTINUE READING
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