Differentiating Contemporary Racial Prejudice from Old-Fashioned Racial Prejudice.

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The present study addresses the distinction between contemporary and old-fashioned prejudice using survey data from a national sample (n=600) of self-identified whites living in the United States and interviewed by telephone in 2001. First, we examine associations among indicators of contemporary and old-fashioned prejudice. Consistent with the literature… (More)

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