Finding Category: General Diversity & Inclusion Research

The 2013 American Values Survey

The 2013 American Values Survey was conducted by Public Religion Research Institute. The survey was conducted among a random sample of 2,317 adults (age 18 and up) living in the United States and who are part of GfK’s Knowledge Panel. The sample was weighted on ten different parameters—sex, age, race and ethnicity, education level, geographic region, household income, metropolitan area, Internet access, home ownership status, and employment status.

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Racial and Ethnic Makeup of White Social Networks

Public Religion Research Institute Survey results reveal how seggrated White American social network circles are

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Exploring Racial Bias Among Biracial and Single – Race Adults: The IAT

This report summarizes the results of an online experiment that utilized an Implicit Association Test (IAT) to measure racial bias in single-race whites, blacks, Asians and Biracial adults with a white and black or a white and Asian racial background. The study sought to measure subconscious racial bias in the five racial groups and to see if biracial adults unconsciously view one of their racial backgrounds more favorably than the other.

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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Framework

From the author: This publication explains the critical role of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in the fight for racial justice.

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