The Effects of Ideology on the Perceptions of Racial Passing

Liza Clairagneau and Max Usman

Lewis & Clark College

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  • Previous research has shown that racial passing is negatively judged by various individuals (Albuja, 2018). It has also shown that higher endorsement of Color Blind Ideology (CBI) has been associated with negative moral judgments of racial passing and racial passers (Leonard, 2020). This study aimed to replicate previous research. Conducted during COVID-19 pandemic, the study also explores the relationship between pandemic threat exposure (indexed by location) and negative judgments of racial passing. Data analysis and interpretation is still ongoing.This work supplements previous research about the effects of CBI on moral judgments of racial passing important.