Social Justice Bibliography
We are pleased to announce a new resource available to the CDS community: we have compiled an annotated bibliography offering literature that contributes to our understanding of how racial prejudices develop. We include broad Theories and Reviews, as well as empirical work on:
Race and Bases of Categorization of Social Groups
Perceptual Learning of Race and Racial Differences
Attitudes about Race and Outgroups
Interventions and Factors that Promote Resilience
While this is not an exhaustive list, we hope that it can serve as a growing resource for considering the myriad of ways in which prejudices manifest with age. We also hope that it acts as an easily accessible repository for scholars to use in their research, writing, and teaching.
Current document managers: Marjorie Rhodes Professor of Psychology at New York University; Camille Phaneuf, Lab Manager and Post-Baccalaureate Researcher at New York University.
This resource is updated tri-annually by the Cognitive Development Society and we invite the community to contribute to the bibliography.
Many volunteers needed each semester:
If you want to suggest and annotate papers to include in the next iteration of this document, please sign up below. The minimum commitment for this type of contribution is the length of time it takes you to read a paper and make summarizing notes. There is no maximum commitment! You can suggest and annotate as many papers as you deem important to the cognitive development of racial prejudices.
One volunteer needed each semester:
If you want to be involved in adding newly reviewed papers to future iterations of this document, please sign up below. The commitment for this type of contribution is approximately 10 hours either September 1st -December 31st, January 1st – April 30th, or May 1st – August 31st.