Contribuições da abordagem sócio-normativa para o estudo do preconceito racial na infância

  • Khalil da Costa Silva
  • Dalila Xavier de Franca Universidade Federal de Sergipe
Palavras-chave: normas sociais, racismo, julgamento moral

Resumo

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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Biografias Autor

Khalil da Costa Silva
Doutorando em Psicologia pela Universidade Federal da Paraíba
Dalila Xavier de Franca, Universidade Federal de Sergipe

Professora Associada da Univeridade Federal de Sergipe,

Pesquisa sobre socialização e racismo.

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2020-12-22
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Silva, K., & Franca, D. (2020). Contribuições da abordagem sócio-normativa para o estudo do preconceito racial na infância. PSICOLOGIA, 34(2), 1-14. https://doi.org/10.17575/psicologia.v34i2.1233
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