Like parent, like child? Development of prejudice and tolerance towards immigrants.

Abstract

Although intergroup attitudes are assumed to develop due to the influence of parents, there is no longitudinal evidence supporting this claim. In addition, research on socialization of intergroup attitudes has omitted possible effects of adolescents on their parents. We also know little about the conditions under which intergroup attitudes are transmitted… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/bjop.12124

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