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Checkpoint-week2-culuraldiversity - W hat was the result of...

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What was the result of your IAT? Do you think that the test produced valid results in your case? In your opinion, is it difficult to accurately measure prejudice? Why or why not? Describe other measurements sociologists utilize to calculate prejudice. Your Result: Your data suggest a slight automatic preference for European American compared to African American. The interpretation is described as 'automatic preference for European American' if you responded faster when European American faces and Good words were classified with the same key than when African American faces and Good words were classified with the same key. Depending on the magnitude of your result, your automatic preference may be described as 'slight', 'moderate', 'strong', or 'little to no preference'. Alternatively, you may have received feedback that 'there were too many errors to determine a result'. I do not feel that this test is very accurate in my case. I do not think that this test can accurately say that someone is prejudice or not. The way this test was set up was: A picture
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This note was uploaded on 07/13/2011 for the course ECONOMICS 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '11 term at Kaplan University.

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