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Beschreibung: Speciesism is prejudiced or discriminatory belief s or attitudes among humans about non-human animals. Previous research has shown that speciesist attitudes are positively related to other discriminatory attitudes, such as racism, sexism, and homophobia. However, this research is based on measures that do not distinguish different non-human species from one another. It is likely that a person's level of speciesism varies across different species. For example, people may believe it is more acceptable to exploit a mosquito than a cow, more acceptable to exploit a cow than an ape, etc. The goals of this study would be to a) determine what species people typically think of when completing a measure of speciesism and b) examine whether varying target species systematically affects speciesism scores and correlates.
Caviola, L., Everett, J. A. C., & Faber, N. S. (2019). The moral standing of animals: Towards a psychology of speciesism. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 116(6), 1011?1029.
Dhont, K., Hodson, G., & Leite, A. C. (2016). Common ideological roots of speciesism and generalized ethnic prejudice: The social dominance human?animal relations model (SD?HARM). European Journal of Personality, 30(6), 507-522.
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