Political orientation and modern versus aversive racism: tests of Dovidio and Gaertner's (1998) integrated model.

@article{Nail2003PoliticalOA,
  title={Political orientation and modern versus aversive racism: tests of Dovidio and Gaertner's (1998) integrated model.},
  author={Paul R. Nail and Helen C. Harton and Brian P. Decker},
  journal={Journal of personality and social psychology},
  year={2003},
  volume={84 4},
  pages={
          754-70
        }
}
According to J. F. Dovidio and S. L. Gaertner's (1998) integrated model of racism, politically liberal European Americans tend to express racism differently than conservative European Americans, with liberals demonstrating aversive racism and conservatives, symbolic or modern racism. In support of the model, in Experiment 1 liberals showed bias in favor of a twice-prosecuted African American relative to a European American in their judgment of double jeopardy, whereas conservatives did the… CONTINUE READING
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