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Authors:

  • Analia Albuja, Rutgers Univ.
  • Diana Sanchez, Rutgers Univ.
Racial versus ethnic conceptualization of Latinos has important consequences. Across two studies, Latino participants who viewed Latinos as a race reported a stronger common identity, which in turn predicted greater perceptions of discrimination, greater importance of Latinos, and less similarity with Whites. A racialized view may alter group identity, with implications for intergroup relations.
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