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How kids and teens develop understanding of discrimination, stereotyping, and more.
Erin Pahlke Ph.D.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment. That's a good time to reflect on children's beliefs about gender equality in politics.
Most White parents practice colorblind socialization. Why is that a problem?
Only 25 percent of children in a recent study attributed the lack of a female U.S. president to discrimination. Is that a good thing?
Erin Pahlke, Ph.D., is an associate professor of psychology at Whitman College, where she researches children’s and adolescents’ understanding of discrimination, stereotyping, and experiences with racial and gender socialization.