Seeing the World Through the Other's Eye: An Online Intervention Reducing Ethnic Prejudice

@article{Simonovits2017SeeingTW,
  title={Seeing the World Through the Other's Eye: An Online Intervention Reducing Ethnic Prejudice},
  author={G{\'a}bor Simonovits and G. K{\'e}zdi and P{\'e}ter Kardos},
  journal={American Political Science Review},
  year={2017},
  volume={112},
  pages={186 - 193}
}
We report the results of an intervention that targeted anti-Roma sentiment in Hungary using an online perspective-taking game. We evaluated the impact of this intervention using a randomized experiment in which a sample of young adults played this perspective-taking game, or an unrelated online game. Participation in the perspective-taking game markedly reduced prejudice, with an effect-size equivalent to half the difference between voters of the far-right and the center-right party. The… Expand
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