Hate is a virus: Investigating the relationship between Chinese phenotypes and COVID-19 related prejudice and discrimination
In this presentation, I discussed the various psychological factors underpinning hate against Asian Americans during the pandemic. Specifically, I examined how Chinese phenotypicality (the appearance of being Chinese) as well as other individual difference characteristics (e.g., income) would outline the psychological conditions in which people would express hate toward Asian Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This presentation was originally given at the 2022 Shepard Symposium on Social Justice.
Social Justice Research Center Supplementary Funding - University of Wyoming
PublisherUniversity of Wyoming. Libraries
- Psychology - PSYC