Intergenerational transmission of prejudice, sex role stereotyping, and intolerance.

@article{OBryan2004IntergenerationalTO,
  title={Intergenerational transmission of prejudice, sex role stereotyping, and intolerance.},
  author={Megan O'Bryan and Harold D Fishbein and Phillip Neal Ritchey},
  journal={Adolescence},
  year={2004},
  volume={39 155},
  pages={407-26}
}
The attitudes of 111 ninth and eleventh graders and both of their biological parents were independently assessed for prejudice against people with HIV/ AIDS, homosexuals, Blacks, and fat people, as well as for male and female sex role stereotyping. This study corrected for two shortcomings in previous research: neglecting to assess both parents and assessing only a single domain of prejudice. We addressed the intergenerational transmission of prejudice and stereotyping using three competing… CONTINUE READING
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