Event Title

P-23 Experiences with Diversity: Microaggressions, Religiosity, and Psychological Wellbeing in a Diverse College Sample

Start Date

3-2-2018 2:30 PM

Description

This project seeks to measure students’ beliefs about the existence of racial discrimination on the Andrews campus and how often they experience behaviors classified as microaggressions. This study includes multiple racial groups in order to expand the examination of the relationship between microaggressions and religiosity, diversity, social dominance, and psychological wellbeing. The Correlation Analysis and Qualitative Comparative Analysis (Thiem, 2016) found that no individual type of microaggression accounts for inferiority. Generally, there was a smaller range of scores for whites than blacks. Overall, there are low levels of microaggressions on this campus.

Acknowledgments

Dr. Karl G. D. Bailey.

J. N. Andrews Honors Program.

This document is currently not available here.

Share

COinS
 
Mar 2nd, 2:30 PM

P-23 Experiences with Diversity: Microaggressions, Religiosity, and Psychological Wellbeing in a Diverse College Sample

This project seeks to measure students’ beliefs about the existence of racial discrimination on the Andrews campus and how often they experience behaviors classified as microaggressions. This study includes multiple racial groups in order to expand the examination of the relationship between microaggressions and religiosity, diversity, social dominance, and psychological wellbeing. The Correlation Analysis and Qualitative Comparative Analysis (Thiem, 2016) found that no individual type of microaggression accounts for inferiority. Generally, there was a smaller range of scores for whites than blacks. Overall, there are low levels of microaggressions on this campus.