ERIC Number: EJ360188
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1987
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Urbanism, Region, and Tolerance Revisited: The Case of Racial Prejudice.
Tuch, Steven A.
American Sociological Review, v52 n4 p504-10 Aug 1987
Using prejudice toward blacks as the outcome measure, analysis of national survey data for 1972 and 1985 indicates that: urbanites and non-Southerners are more racially tolerant than their non-urban and Southern counterparts; the net effects of urbanism on tolerance have increased over time while region effects have decreased; and urban to non-urban migration does not lessen tolerance. (Author/KH)
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
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