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Prejudice Institute
The issues currently addressed by the Prejudice Institute include the following: the depiction of gender, race, and ethnic relations on local television; ethnoviolence in sports; prejudice and self-perception in children; the design of a profiling instrument to enable citizens to analyze the spectrum of right-wing thought; hate crimes as a means of influencing social policy; the climate of civil rights within cities; anti-Asian violence; housing and neighborhood segregation; workplace ethnoviolence; the politics of victimization; Central Asian populations in the U.S.A.; and the development of a new paradigm for studying discrimination in intergroup settings.
Information about the Institute’s research and projects can be accessed or purchased at its website.
Language version: English
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Downloadable educational materials: fact sheets relating to prejudice and discrimination; list of articles for sale online
Contact: The Prejudice Institute
2743 Maryland Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21218
United States
Tel.: +1 (410) 243 69 87