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Ronaldo Pilati https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2982-5033

Mathieu Turgeon https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0134-4027

Resumen

La interacción entre las actitudes explícitas e implícitas hacia las políticas de acción afirmativa (AA) es relevante para la psicología aplicada. Su comprensión ayuda a mejorar nuestra capacidad para evaluar el apoyo a tales políticas. El propósito de este estudio fue determinar en qué medida la raza de los estudiantes, la opinión política de la acción afirmativa y el prejuicio contra las minorías influyen en la relación entre las actitudes implícitas y explícitas hacia las políticas de acción afirmativa. 492 estudiantes participantes de una gran universidad pública brasileña fueron encuestados acerca las cuotas raciales en las admisiones. Se aplicaron medidas de actitud implícita y explícita sobre el proceso de admisión, junto con medidas de opinión política de acción afirmativa, prejuicios contra las minorías y la raza. Los resultados muestran que la raza tiene poco efecto en la diferencia entre las actitudes implícitas y explícitas sobre el proceso de admisión, pero que los prejuicios y la posición política ejercen fuertes efectos. Nuestros hallazgos sugieren que se deben usar medidas implícitas de actitudes al evaluar actitudes sobre AA.

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Keywords

actitudes, actitudes implícitas, actitudes explícitas, acción afirmativa, prejuicio, universitarios

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Pilati, R., & Turgeon, M. (2019). Actitudes de las acciones afirmativas en universitarios: Efecto de la raza, creencias políticas y prejuicio. Universitas Psychologica, 18(2), 1-11. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.upsy18-2.aaau
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