They Don't Want Me So I Don't Support Them: Perceived Exclusion Predicts Responses to Single Group Protestors
This was a talk given at MPA (Midwestern Psychological Association) in Chicago. It was presented at the Social Exclusion and Inclusion seminar. The abstract is as followed: Utilizing virtual reality, we manipulated the racial composition of a Black Lives Matter rally (90% v 50% Black) and found participants had more positive evaluations of the racially heterogeneous rally and this was mediated by perceived inclusiveness. Results are discussed regarding of other work on exclusion and Single-Group Protestors.
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|They Don't Want Me So I Don't Support Them: Perceived Exclusion Predicts Responses to Single Group Protestors
|CC BY 4.0 (Attribution)
|April 18, 2018
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