The study examines the predictor variables to the latent and manifest prejudice, and relationship between identity development and prejudice. The research involves 187 Italian college students (aged between 18-23 years). They completed: Ego Identity Process Questionnaire (Balistreri, Busch-Rossnagel and Geisinger, 1995), Latent Subtle and Blatant Prejudice Scale (Pettigrew and Meertens, 1995). As hypothesized, there is a different identity development due to the age variable, and a variant level of prejudge related to the gender but not age; the results show, confirming the hypothesis, the presence of a correlation between ideological domains such as religion and politics and the level of manifest prejudice.

The role of identity development on latent and manifest prejudice.

SALMERI, Stefano;PELLERONE, MONICA
2014

Abstract

The study examines the predictor variables to the latent and manifest prejudice, and relationship between identity development and prejudice. The research involves 187 Italian college students (aged between 18-23 years). They completed: Ego Identity Process Questionnaire (Balistreri, Busch-Rossnagel and Geisinger, 1995), Latent Subtle and Blatant Prejudice Scale (Pettigrew and Meertens, 1995). As hypothesized, there is a different identity development due to the age variable, and a variant level of prejudge related to the gender but not age; the results show, confirming the hypothesis, the presence of a correlation between ideological domains such as religion and politics and the level of manifest prejudice.
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