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The impact of television viewing on young adults' stereotypes towards Hispanic Americans

@inproceedings{Murrillo2005TheIO,
  title={The impact of television viewing on young adults' stereotypes towards Hispanic Americans},
  author={A. Murrillo},
  year={2005}
}
This study examines the influence of television viewing and interpersonal contact on young adults’ stereotypes towards Hispanic Americans. The study shows that television viewing has a significant impact on White Americans’ negative stereotypes towards Hispanic Americans when White Americans perceive that they learn about Hispanic Americans from watching television. The study found that talking to Hispanic Americans and positive evaluation of contact were found to have an impact on White… Expand
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