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When ppl see exceptions to that racial socialization it tends to be written off as an exception/outlier. From a statistical standpoint, 1 outlier doesn’t change the significance of a result. Moreover, if an outlier is removed from the analysis, the statistical effect becomes stronger (if 99 people make $100 & 1 person makes $5, then removing the $5 person increases the overall average).
Basically, when people write-off exceptions to what they expect based on racial socialization, it may actually make their stereotype stronger, just like the average money of the 99 people making $100 increases if you remove the person making $5.
Therefore, racial socialization not only leads each new generation to conform/believe pre-existing stereotypes, but it perpetuates it by leading people to automatically remove outliers from their mental model.
Since we talk about gender socialization, should we also consider racial socialization?
Isn’t it the case that media/ mainstream culture transmits/perpetuates to different minorities the particular *racial roles* they have (just as Superbowl ads explicitly do for gender roles)?
Shouldn’t this be a sociological topic?
How are minorities who don’t adhere to racial-roles treated? And if their racial social networks seem to function based on these roles, should they be more or less affiliated with those networks? Or does it depend on their career path?
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