Racial attitudes among South African university students: A follow-up study after four years

Neeshi Singh Pillay1, Steven J. Collings1
1University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Cite this article:  Pillay, N., & Collings, S. (2008). Racial attitudes among South African university students: A follow-up study after four years. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 36, 1061-1062.

Volume 36 Issue 8 | e1779 | Published: September 2008 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.2008.36.8.1061

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In 2002, moderately high levels of modern and old-fashioned racism were documented in a representative sample of 433 students registered in undergraduate courses at a South African university (Pillay & Collings, 2004). In 2006, this survey was replicated using identical methods of data collection and a sample which was representative of university enrolments for 2006 in terms of gender and race: N = 543, gender = 50% female; race = black (40%), Indian (40%), white (17%), colored (3%).

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