Anti-Racism Awareness: Racial Stereotyping Among White Adults Working With Children (2 CE)

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1174CE

This course is for:  Clinical Psychology, Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Nurses

Course By:  Paula Lin, LMFT

Content By: Priest, N., et al. (2018). Stereotyping across intersections of race and age: Racial stereotyping among white adults working with children. Plos One, 13(9). doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0201696

Course Description Racism and discrimination negatively impact the physical and mental health of individuals who identify as black, indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC). It is crucial to recognize the type of stereotyping, and the way it occurs toward BIPOC, to mitigate related negative effects. A cross-sectional online survey was conducted with white adults in the United States who volunteer and/or work with children. The aim of the study was to assess stereotypes targeting BIPOC, and the role of age as a mediating factor. Stereotype endorsement occurred more frequently towards blacks and other ethnic minorities, and least likely towards Asians, relative to whites. Stereotypes were found to be mediated by age; decreased negative stereotypes targeting young children were recorded less frequently than stereotypes directed at teens.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Define racism and racial inequality and understand the importance of the accompanying study in consideration of historical studies premised on the effects of racism
  2. Understand the way racism negatively impacts the health and development of BIPOC
  3. Appraise the statistical findings presented in the accompanying study and consider the types of racial/ethnic stereotypes endorsed by survey respondents
  4. Recognize how age-related stereotyping of BIPOC contributes to racial disparities and impacts the development of BIPOC children

Course Outline:

  1. Read and understand Stereotyping across Intersections of Race and Age: Racial Stereotyping among White Adults Working with Children
  2. Review the Course Description and Learning Objectives
  3. Identify stereotypes projected onto BIPOC and the way age mediates racial stereotyping
  4. Work through the post-test questions; answer selections should be derived from the respective article/source
  5. Return to the referenced article/source for any missed questions and/or to understand more about BIPOC stereotyping

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