Examining Perceived Exclusion's Role in Evaluating Single-Group Protestors Utilizing Virtual-Reality
Single-group protestors (SGPs) advocate for social change, often fighting for equal treatment for their particular group (e.g., Black Lives Matter), though these groups are often met with resistance. Recent work (Bernstein & Claypool, in progress) suggests that while prejudice plays a role in resistance to SGPs, perceived exclusion explains some of negative reactions by outsiders. Here, we summarize that work, and then present a new study, expanding upon it.
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|Work Title||Examining Perceived Exclusion's Role in Evaluating Single-Group Protestors Utilizing Virtual-Reality|
|License||CC BY 4.0 (Attribution)|
|Deposited||April 18, 2018|
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