Religion insulates ingroup evaluations: the development of intergroup attitudes in India.

@article{Dunham2013ReligionII,
  title={Religion insulates ingroup evaluations: the development of intergroup attitudes in India.},
  author={Yarrow Dunham and Mahesh Srinivasan and Ron Dotsch and David Barner},
  journal={Developmental science},
  year={2013},
  volume={17 2},
  pages={
          311-9
        }
}
Research on the development of implicit intergroup attitudes has placed heavy emphasis on race, leaving open how social categories that are prominent in other cultures might operate. We investigate two of India's primary means of social distinction, caste and religion, and explore the development of implicit and explicit attitudes towards these groups in minority-status Muslim children and majority-status Hindu children, the latter drawn from various positions in the Hindu caste system. Results… CONTINUE READING
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