Identify an event in which you or someone you know was a victim of prejudice.
Consider the theories you would use to understand the causes of this prejudice and the psychological effects inflicted on the target.
Look through the possible articles relating to these theories.
Identify the research question for at least 5 articles related to your topic.
Drop 5 references (in APA format) with each research question into the dropbox.
The format is as follows:
5 articles already..and you need to READ THEM AND IDENTIFY THE RESEARCH QUESTION FOR EACH ARTICLE.
–by identify the research question we mean, what psychological phenomenon is the author trying to understand?
- for example: “what forms of racism may be identified in the US today?”
- “what are some possible causes of autism in children?”
- “what type of techniques improve memory?”
References & Research question # 1
Krolikowski, A. M., Rinella, M., & Ratcliff, J. J. (2016). The influence of the expression of subtle and blatant sexual prejudice on personal prejudice and identification with the expresser. Journal Of Homosexuality, 63(2), 228-249. DOI:10.1080/00918369.2015.1083776
References & Research question # 2
Rusi Jaspal (2017) Coping with perceived ethnic prejudice on the gay scene, Journal of LGBT Youth, 14:2, 172-190, DOI: 10.1080/19361653.2016.1264907
References & Research question # 3
O’Brien, K. S., Shovelton, H., & Latner, J. D. (2013). Homophobia in physical education and sport: The role of physical/sporting identity and attributes, authoritarian aggression, and social dominance orientation. International Journal Of Psychology, 48(5), 891-899. doi:10.1080/00207594.2012.713107
References & Research question # 4
Claire D. Rhodes & Craig O. Stewart (2016) Debating LGBT Workplace Protections in the Bible Belt: Social Identities in Legislative and Media Discourse, Journal of Homosexuality, 63:7, 904-924, DOI: 10.1080/00918369.2015.1116341
References & Research question # 5
Buck, D. M., Plant, E. A., Ratcliff, J., Zielaskowski, K., & Boerner, P. (2013). Concern over the misidentification of sexual orientation: Social contagion and the avoidance of sexual minorities. Journal Of Personality And Social Psychology, 105(6), 941-960. doi:10.1037/a0034145