10-12 - OCT12TH Duncan(1976) Method: 1.

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OCT 12 TH  Duncan (1976) Method:  1. White participants watch an interaction between two other participants. 2. Told to make ratings of these people at various times. 3. “Interaction” actually a controlled, videotaped script with race of the confederates  varied. 4. Participants rate the other “participants” after one shoves the other. When is behavior labeled “violent”? Graph - Choosing violent  Harm-Doer/Victim Black/whith When is behavior labeled “playing around” Black/White : 3% Black/Black: 0 White/Black: 25 White/White: 63% Duncan thinks shove will be rated as aggressive w/ black people and vice versa with  white people.
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Labeling the behavior as violent is much higher when black people are shoving. Very  low when whiter people are shoving (regarded as playing around). Person attribution is made when black male is shoving. Situation attribution is made when white male is shoving.
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10-12 - OCT12TH Duncan(1976) Method: 1.

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