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Explicit prejudice: Evidence from a new survey of social attitudes

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IIT, Ambedkar University, JNU Diane Coffey will be presenting findings from ‘Measuring Explicit Prejudice: Findings from Social Attitudes Research, India’, a paper that uses data from a new phone survey on social attitudes, discrimination, and prejudice. Several presentations are planned, as below - please join us as we discuss! -October 10th at the Humanities & Social Sciences Department, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. -October 11th at the School of Liberal Studies, Ambedkar University, Delhi. -November 3rd at the Center for the Study of Regional Development, Jawahal Lal Nehru University, Delhi.

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