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This episode is hosted by Trevor. We welcome two social psychologists who specialize in stereotyping research, Christopher Petsko (https://twitter.com/chris_petsko), a Postdoctoral Associate at Duke University, and Justin Preddie, a doctoral student at the University of Kansas. We discuss intersectional stereotyping, prejudices, and intergroup relations. Specifically, we discuss Christopher’s paper “Racial stereotyping of gay men: Can a minority sexual orientation erase race?” (https://www.academia.edu/38590526/Racial_stereotyping_of_gay_men_Can_a_minority_sexual_orientation_erase_race) and Justin’s thesis “Gay Black man does not equal gay + Black + man: An Intersectional Analysis of Race and Sexual Orientation Stereotypes” (https://kuscholarworks.ku.edu/bitstream/handle/1808/30094/Preddie_ku_0099M_16599_DATA_1.pdf?sequence=1) and unpublished article “More Than the Sum of its Parts: An Intersectional Analysis of Group Similarity and Stereotype Content.”
Co-produced & edited by Aaron C. Schroeder / Pierced Ears Recording Co, Seattle WA (firstname.lastname@example.org). Opening theme composed by T. Beaulieu. Closing theme composed by Dustfingaz (https://www.youtube.com/user/TheRazhu_)