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Republicans Think White People Face As Much Racism As Black People

Republicans Think White People Face As Much Racism As Black People

Recently new research published in the journal nature human behavior found out that Republicans here in the United States believe that white people suffer from racism just as much as black people in this country. Here’s what the study found. White people and Republicans were found to underestimate the amount of discrimination black people experienced. …

What Factors Really Determine Who Gets American Citizenship – Klepper

What Factors Really Determine Who Gets American Citizenship – Klepper

I’m in Tijuana, Mexico,where those “build a wall” chants seem pretty sillyin the face of this wall that already exists,a wall that is surprisingly multifunctional.Not only is it a barrier from seeing your family.It’s also an Instagram hot spotand an imposing backstop for a soccer game.That’s America right there. – That’s America right there, yes.– …

Individual-Society Dualism – Critical Social Psychology (7/30)

Individual-Society Dualism – Critical Social Psychology (7/30)

Individual-Society Dualism is the most enduring theme in social psychology, but it’s a problem. It’s social psychology’s biggest problem maybe. The tendency to think on the one hand that things are produced by individual action, that individuals have clear boundaries, that they’re not linked to others, that they’re autonomous, that they are rational decision makers …

Self esteem, self efficacy, and locus of control | Individuals and Society | MCAT | Khan Academy

Self esteem, self efficacy, and locus of control | Individuals and Society | MCAT | Khan Academy

Voiceover: Hi everyone, welcome back. So in this video, we’re going to talk about three terms. Self esteem, self-efficacy, and locus of control. So self concept, as expanded upon in the previous video of this series, is derived from self esteem and self efficacy. So self-esteem is the regard or respect that a person has …