Exploring Mechanisms of Personal Values' Influence on Colorblind Racial Attitudes
The present study found that self-transcendent values predicted less colorblind racial attitudes, whereas conservation values predicted greater colorblind racial attitudes. Both effects were partially mediated by just world beliefs, suggesting that values motivated by social protection may encourage discounting of the discrimination and bias that persons of color experience.
Okamura, Kristina, "Exploring Mechanisms of Personal Values' Influence on Colorblind Racial Attitudes" (2018). University Research Symposium. 117.