CheckPoint Implicit Association Test

CheckPoint Implicit Association Test - for so long that...

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1) What was the result of your IAT, and do you feel that the test produced valid results in your case? 2) In your opinion, is it difficult to accurately measure prejudice? Why or why not? 3) Describe other measurements sociologists use to calculate prejudice. The data suggested a moderate automatic preference for European American compared to African American. I do not feel that this was an accurate result in my case; I do not know that many if any at all and have been surrounded by African Americans mainly in my life. Yes. I believe there are many types of prejudice and they exist in a complex environment. It is difficult to measure prejudice in any meaningful way. Some of the things that we associate with each other on a day to day basis have been there
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Unformatted text preview: for so long that many of us do not even think about it. Emory S. Bogardus, University of Southern California, came up with the Bogardus scale it is a scale that sociologists use to determine the willingness of people to interact with certain racial and ethnic groups. Allport’s Scale is another way that sociologist measure prejudices. It was created by psychologist Gordon Allport in 1954, is a measure of the manifestation of prejudice in a society. It has been used to discuss and analyze the impact of prejudice and discrimination majority groups hold/practice against different minority groups , and can easily be applied to an analysis of prejudice and discrimination that deaf people face, as well....
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This note was uploaded on 07/17/2011 for the course IT 205 taught by Professor Kurts during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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