Racial Stereotyping and Child Development

Editor(s): Slaughter-Defoe D.T. (Philadelphia, Pa.) 
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Vol. 25, 2012
Section title: Commentary
Slaughter-Defoe DT (ed): Racial Stereotyping and Child Development. Contrib Hum Dev. Basel, Karger, 2012, vol 25, pp 20–23

Should Stereotype Consciousness Be Taught to Children? A Discussion Informed by Bogan and Slaughter-Defoe’s Through the Eyes of a Child. Commentary on Bogan and Slaughter-Defoe

Commentary on Bogan and Slaughter-Defoe

Bigler R.S. · Wright Y.
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