Samir’s Selection 10/22/2016 (p.m.)
How Kids Learn Prejudice – NYTimes.com >>>
Developmental psychology research has shown that by the time they start kindergarten, children begin to show many of the same implicit racial attitudes that adults in our culture hold. Children have already learned to associate some groups with higher status, or more positive value, than others.
An association between status and group membership can be learned surprisingly quickly.
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