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Kleider-Offutt, Heather; Meacham, Ashley M.; Branum-Martin, Lee; Capodanno, Megan – Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications, 2021
Faces judged as stereotypically Black are perceived negatively relative to less stereotypical faces. In this experiment, artificial faces were constructed to examine the effects of nose width, lip fullness, and skin reflectance, as well as to study the relations among perceived dominance, threat, and Black stereotypicality. Using a multilevel…
Descriptors: Ethnic Stereotypes, Human Body, Identification, Visual Perception
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Allen, David; Sinclair, Alex; Haroon, Hamied – Primary Science, 2021
The book "Superhero Scientists" was published in March 2021. This non-fiction text allows children to read about people involved in the fascinating world of science. The 21 chapters are full of facts, life stories and scientific discoveries, from astrophysicists to pilots, epidemiologists to vets, marine biologists to scene-of-crime…
Descriptors: Scientists, Diversity, Ethnic Stereotypes, Childrens Literature
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Helmick, Linda – Art Education, 2022
White Savior Industrial Complex (WSIC) encapsulates a myth that non-White communities need White outsiders to rescue them. WSIC is one of many ways well-intentioned outsiders fail to serve communities, and teacher education programs perpetuate WSIC by obscuring race, Black culture, and White privilege. In addition to WSIC theory, the author used…
Descriptors: White Teachers, Ethnic Stereotypes, Minority Group Students, Art Teachers
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Earnest Watkins, Shari – Cultural Studies of Science Education, 2022
In this paper, I discuss how Walls employs color-blind ideology, a critical race theory (CRT) tenet to analyze the role of race in the draw-a-scientist (DAST) literature. Walls' article, "A critical race theory analysis of the draw-a-scientist test: Are they really that white?" exposes how omitting race in DAST research leads to…
Descriptors: Critical Theory, Race, Science Education, Freehand Drawing
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Bond, Alesha D.; Washburn, David A.; Kleider-Offutt, Heather M. – Applied Cognitive Psychology, 2021
This present study was designed to investigate whether face-type (stereotypical or nonstereotypical) facilitates stereotype-consistent categorization and decision-making. Previous literature suggests an associative link between adults' stereotypically Black facial features and assumed criminality. The question addressed here is whether the…
Descriptors: Ethnic Stereotypes, African Americans, Human Body, Classification
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Tawa, John – Science & Education, 2020
Increasingly, educators in the biological and social sciences teach about the concept of race from a social constructionist perspective. Scholarship on race pedagogy suggests that to fully appreciate the complexity of race, students must be able to both deconstruct multiple false beliefs about the fixed nature of race (i.e., racial essentialism)…
Descriptors: Constructivism (Learning), Racial Attitudes, Racial Bias, Beliefs
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Walker, Sue; Lunn-Brownlee, Jo; Scholes, Laura; Johansson, Eva – International Journal of Inclusive Education, 2022
Previous research has emphasised the importance of active citizenship in the early years for the development of tolerant and cohesive societies. This paper reports data from 174 children, aged 6-7 years, who were interviewed in the first year of a longitudinal study. Children were presented with two scenarios about inclusion of others in play. One…
Descriptors: Moral Values, Inclusion, Play, Social Behavior
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Kim, Grace; Noriega, Chon – Health Education & Behavior, 2020
As entertainment education (EE) becomes an increasingly popular medium for delivering health information, evaluation of EE is key to better understanding how it not only influences audiences but also how it can be better implemented. We suggest that EE evaluation has largely focused on impact while its implementation, specifically through…
Descriptors: Health Education, Television Viewing, Mass Media Use, Ethnic Stereotypes
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Robinson, Shantá R. – Urban Education, 2022
This year-long ethnographic study explored the occupational aspirations and informal educational experiences of 25 diverse homeless adolescents who found social welfare assistance through Empower, a nonprofit organization. Using organizational habitus and intersectionality as theoretical frameworks and constant comparative analysis, I found that…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Homeless People, Minority Groups, Welfare Services
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Katz, Jennifer; Gravelin, Claire R.; McCabe, Elizabeth – Journal of Comparative and International Higher Education, 2021
Because many international students of color report feeling devalued by host peers, host peers' responses to students from different racial/ethnic groups warrant empirical study. Participants were White, non-Latinx undergraduates (N = 228) who were randomly assigned to one of four conditions. Specifically, participants read about a prospective…
Descriptors: White Students, Student Attitudes, Foreign Students, Racial Differences
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Moosavi, Leon – Education Sciences, 2020
Amidst the increasing calls for the decolonisation of universities, this article interrogates the representation of East Asian students in Western academia. It is argued that East Asian students are often imagined in Orientalist ways, as can be evidenced by evaluating the depiction of East Asian students in academic publications. More…
Descriptors: Asians, Thinking Skills, Critical Thinking, College Students
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Mizell, Jason D. – Middle School Journal, 2022
This paper explores how LatCrit and testimonios were used to explore and make sense of one Afro-Latino adolescent's immigration story. Picturebooks written by those emic to a community have long been acknowledged as providing a site where children of color can find a space that not only validates their lived experiences but also provides a…
Descriptors: Picture Books, African American Students, Hispanic American Students, Adolescents
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Ji, Yadong – Journal of International Students, 2022
Communication scholars often examine immigrants' ingroup favoritism to study their intergroup/intercultural communication. Less is known about how some immigrants exhibit outgroup favoritism for the host culture and how outgroup favoritism relates to their ingroup communication. Drawn upon literature on outgroup favoritism, this study understands…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Foreign Students, Student Experience, Peer Relationship
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Lin, Cong; Jackson, Liz – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2022
Sinophobia (anti-Chinese sentiment) has become normalised and increasingly acceptable in Hong Kong in recent decades. Such Sinophobia intersects with aims of protecting what is local in the society, as seen in Hong Kong news media. This paper first explores the concept of "Sinophobia." It then provides a background on Sinophobia in Hong…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Social Bias, Mass Media Effects, Ethnic Stereotypes
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Chow, Candace J. – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2021
Teachers' social identities are an integral part of their professional identities. The present study explores Asian American teachers' performances of racial/ethnic identities and pedagogical practices in the classroom. The author uses a performance framework to understand how Asian American teachers both reify and resist stereotypes through the…
Descriptors: Asian Americans, Minority Group Teachers, Racial Identification, Identification (Psychology)
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