Manichean Psychology: Racism and the Minds of People of African Descent

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Howard University Press, 1999 - Psychology - 297 pages
"Most of the current research is concerned with the third domain. Scholars have generated analyses of deteriorated family structures, negative attitudes, violent behavior, and poor academic achievement, among others. Some excellent studies have also been completed on stimulus events and the racist environments. Very little research has been done on the second domain, the mental processes. It is the purpose of Manichean Psychology to fill this void.".

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The Meaning and Impact of Racism
Methods of Study
Environmental Stimuli and Manichean Thinking

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