SEEING THE SYSTEM VS SEEING THE INDIVIDUAL: HOW CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION AND FRAMING FACILITATE PERCEPTIONS OF STRUCTURAL INEQUALITY
Year of Publication
Master of Science (MS)
Arts and Sciences
Dr. Christia Spears Brown
The current study investigates factors that facilitate adolescents' structural attributions. Namely, we focus on two main factors. First, we investigate if contextual information such as intergroup/intragroup comparisons and group/individual level framing of inequalities affects the likelihood of making structural attributions to race-based inequalities in academic achievement. Second, we investigate if the likelihood of making structural attributions differs based on individual characteristics, such as the individuals’ race/ethnicity, subjective and objective social status, and belief in meritocracy and a just world. Results and its implications will be discussed in the paper.
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Kahng, Derek, "SEEING THE SYSTEM VS SEEING THE INDIVIDUAL: HOW CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION AND FRAMING FACILITATE PERCEPTIONS OF STRUCTURAL INEQUALITY" (2023). Theses and Dissertations--Psychology. 237.