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      Contribuições da abordagem sócio-normativa para o estudo do preconceito racial na infância Translated title: Contributions from the socio-normative approach to the study of racial prejudice in childhood

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          A investigação sobre o preconceito racial na infância recebeu influência das teorias do desenvolvimento sócio-cognitivo e do desenvolvimento da identidade social, as quais destacaram o papel das habilidades cognitivas e da pertença grupal sobre as manifestações de atitudes raciais nas crianças. O estudo das atitudes preconceituosas na infância, a partir de uma abordagem sócio-normativa, foi impulsionado por pesquisas mais recentes, as quais verificaram que as crianças, tal como os adultos, inibem expressões flagrantes de preconceito. Neste trabalho, as contribuições da abordagem sócio-normativa para o estudo do preconceito racial na infância são discutidas a partir de pesquisas que analisam as manifestações de atitudes raciais em crianças como resultado da interação entre uma série de fatores, tais como a percepção da norma da igualdade, a Teoria da Mente e o julgamento moral.

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          Research on racial prejudice in childhood was influenced by The Social-Cognitive Theory and The Social Identity Development Theory, which highlighted the role of cognitive skills and group membership on the manifestations of racial attitudes in children. The study of prejudiced attitudes in childhood, based on a Socio-Normative approach, was driven by more recent research, which found that children, like adults, inhibit flagrant expressions of prejudice. In this work, the contributions of The Socio-Normative Approach to the study of racial prejudice in childhood are discussed based on research that analyzes the manifestations of racial attitudes in children as a result of the interaction between a series of factors, such as the perception of the norm of equality, Theory of Mind and moral judgment.

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                Journal
                psi
                Psicologia
                Psicologia
                Associação Portuguesa de Psicologia (APP); Edições Colibri (Lisboa, , Portugal )
                0874-2049
                December 2020
                : 34
                : 2
                : 1-14
                Affiliations
                [01] orgnameUniversidade Federal de Sergipe
                Article
                S0874-20492020000200001 S0874-2049(20)03400200001
                10.17575/psicologia.v34i2.1233
                3d2dd701-7eea-44f4-bd33-3f630ec0afb5

                This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.

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                : November 2016
                : November 2019
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                julgamento moral,Social norms,racism,moral judgment,normas sociais,racismo

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