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PM Seminar: Paolo Velásquez

Wed
20
Mar
Time Wednesday 20 March, 2019 at 10:15 - 12:00
Place C304, Behavioural Sciences Building

Education and the evolution of prejudice against immigrants
The most consistent finding in previous research on anti-immigrant sentiment is the inverse relationship between education and prejudice. In empirical studies, education is among the most important factors for anti-immigrant attitudes whether education is the primary focus or merely a control. However, despite the existence of a large literature of attitudes towards immigrants, immigration, and racial/ethnic minorities, it is unclear why education matters for attitudes.

The seminar will be held in English.

Event type: Seminar
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Paolo Velásquez
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