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ERIC Number: ED002564
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963-Jun
Pages: 7
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SITUATIONAL BIAS, A SPECIAL FORM OF DISCRIMINATION.
SNYDER, CLINTON A.
DISCRIMINATION IN THE SCHOOLS CAN ASSUME MANY FORMS. ONE KIND OF PREJUDICE INVOLVING THE ATTITUDES HELD TOWARD LOWER SOCIOECONOMIC CLASSES MAY BE TERMED "SITUATIONAL BIAS." IT IS DEFINED AS AN EVENT WHEREIN A PERSON, PERSONS, OR AN AGENCY DOES NOT HAVE FACILITIES AVAILABLE TO COUNTERACT THE ABSENCE OR PRESENCE OF A QUALITY OR ATTRIBUTE WHICH RESTRICTS OR RESTRAINS ONE'S PARTICIPATION IN AN ACTIVITY ACCESSIBLE TO OTHERS NOT SO CHARACTERIZED. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN "THEORY INTO PRACTICE - INTERGROUP RELATIONS EDUCATION," VOLUME 2, JUNE 1963.
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Identifiers: COLUMBUS; OHIO