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25 p.; 26 cm
Handbook of Multicultural Counseling
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The intent of this chapter is to review three categories of prejudice measures that practitioners and researchers can use in practice or research. Given that a recent comprehensive review of self-report racial prejudice measures was completed by Biernat and Crandall (1999), this chapter focuses on new developments in self-report measures of racial and anti-gay prejudice. Anti -gay prejudice is an important clinical and research area, and to date, only a few critical reviews of instruments measuring negative attitudes toward gay men and lesbian women have appeared in the literature (Herek, 1994; O'Donohue & Caselles, 1993; Schwanberg, 1993). Emerging prejudice measurement issues are the final focus, specifically addressing theoretical developments and the implications for prejudice measurement. Concluding comments address future needs in prejudice measurement and the application to counseling practice and research.
Burkard, Alan W.; Medler, Barbara R.; and Boticki, Michael Allen, "Prejudice and Racism: Challenges and Progress in Measurement" (2001). College of Education Faculty Research and Publications. 177.
Published version. "Prejudice and Racism: Challenges and Progress in Measurement," in Handbook of Multicultural Counseling. 2nd Edition. Eds. Joseph G. Ponterotto, J. Manuel Casas, Lisa A. Suzuki, and Charlene M. Alexander. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2001: 457-481. DOI. © 2001 Sage Publications. Used with permission.