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    Issues: Ethnocentrism

    The Ethnocentric Biases of Psychology

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    Issues: Ethnocentrism

    Directed by shortcutstv 2016 6 min
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    Might psychology have ethnocentric biases? This film begins by explaining the key concept of social construction and then illustrates three sources of potential ethnocentrism: researcher, conceptual and reporting bias. It also stresses the importance of evaluation. Is there clear evidence of ethnocentrism? Is ethnocentrism becoming less of an issue in a globalising world? And does ethnocentrism apply in the same way to all branches of psychology?
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    Issues: Ethnocentrism

    Might psychology have ethnocentric biases? This film begins by explaining the key concept of social construction and then illustrates three sources of potential ethnocentrism: researcher, conceptual and reporting bias. It also stresses the importance of evaluation. Is there clear evidence of ethnocentrism? Is ethnocentrism becoming less of an issue in a globalising world? And does ethnocentrism apply in the same way to all branches of psychology?

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