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‘It made me feel objectified.’After many of her mixed-race friends reported encountering the same kind of behaviour, Miss Smith decided to tackle things in her own way and wrote about her experience.
Just one example was a friend being complimented for being 'so light skinned for a black girl'.
Presentations and exhibitions 2014 The Next Big Thing in Psychology: Part of the My research focuses on improving intergroup relations, particularly through extentions and applications of Contact Theory. The scheme began with an introductory event for second and third year BA (Hons) Architecture students at Leeds Beckett to share their portfolios with a range of local practices whilst finding out more about each practice.Twenty-four students and 12 practices were then matched together for work placements of between three and five days which took place the following week, giving students an insightful experience of real-life architectural practice.Currently, as a lecturer at Goldsmiths, much of my research looks at moderators of imagined contact's effectiveness, such as perceptual fluency and regulatory focus, as well as imagined contact's effects on less overt measures of prejudice. ISSN 00221031 Out-group trust, intergroup anxiety, and out-group attitude as mediators of the effect of imagined intergroup contact on intergroup behavioral tendencies Turner, Rhiannon N.; West, Keon and Christie, Zara. Out-group trust, intergroup anxiety, and out-group attitude as mediators of the effect of imagined intergroup contact on intergroup behavioral tendencies. Culture and contact in the promotion and reduction of anti-gay prejudice: evidence from Jamaica and Britain. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 22(3), pp. ISSN 10529284 Enhancing imagined contact to reduce prejudice against people with schizophrenia West, Keon; Holmes, Emily A. Another branch of my research concerns predictors of, and ways of reducing, prejudice against memebers of the LGBT community in Jamaica. ISSN 0022-4499 Using extended contact to improve physiological responses and behavior toward people with schizophrenia West, Keon and Turner, Rhiannon. Using extended contact to improve physiological responses and behavior toward people with schizophrenia. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 43, E196-E205. Influence of Time to Change's social marketing interventions on stigma in England 2009-2011. ISSN 1368-4302 Culture and contact in the promotion and reduction of anti-gay prejudice: evidence from Jamaica and Britain.