Racism toward Hispanics

The Culturally Monolithic Society
  • Albert Ramirez
Part of the Perspectives in Social Psychology book series (PSPS)

Abstract

The topic of prejudice and racism is one that has occupied social psychology for many years. Almost every contemporary social psychology textbook has a chapter devoted to prejudice, discrimination, or interracial group relations, with numerous references to the studies conducted in these areas. How many of the studies discussed in these chapters, however, are based on research conducted with or about Hispanics? In order to answer this question, the present writer surveyed the relevant chapters of 17 contemporary and widely used social psychology textbooks. In the hundreds of studies referred to in these 17 textbooks in their discussion of prejudice and discrimination, only 4 studies dealt specifically with Hispanics. Does this mean that no research relevant to or indicative of prejudice against Hispanics has been conducted? Hardly. What this exclusion of Hispanics in social psychology textbooks demonstrates is an almost total lack of awareness concerning Hispanics as victims of prejudice and discrimination, and of the psychological literature that exists that is relevant to the Hispanic experience in this country.

Keywords

Ethnic Identity Social Power Present Writer Intergroup Relation Occupational Aspiration 
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  • Albert Ramirez
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  1. 1.Department of PsychologyUniversity of ColoradoBoulderUSA

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