The Child and Family Research Lab - Prejudice, Discrimination, and Violence
The prejudice and discrimination theme is focused on work related to systemic and interpersonal experiences of victimization based on race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, gender, gender identity, disability, and other social categories. Projects include an analysis of hate crimes that occur on college campuses, markers of cities that are at risk for hate crimes, and explorations of sexual orientation-based violence and employment discrimination in Hong Kong, among other topics. This research contributes to the growing literature about hate crimes and other forms of prejudicial responding in order to create more effective interventions to "stop the hate."
Associated Faculty: Stotzer, Godinet
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