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This study examined how Saudi Arabian children (M = 10.50 years, SD = 1.61, Range = 8–10 years) evaluate peer exclusion based on religion when the perpetrator of exclusion was a peer or a father. Children believed that it was more acceptable for...
Categorising individuals into groups based on national and religious identity is enough to produce bias (Tajfel & Turner, 1985). Eliash, Mills and Grant (2010) found that Muslims children endorsed negative attributions for non-Muslims (outgroup...
Categorising individuals into groups based on national and religious identity is enough to produce bias (Tajfel & Turner, 1985). Eliash, Mills and Grant (2010) found that Muslims children endorsed negative attributions for non-Muslims (outgroup...
Children’s peer exclusion or rejection based on group identity (Brenick & Romano, in press; Killen et al., 2002; Malti, Killen, & Gasser, 2012; Møller & Tenenbaum, 2011) is related to lower academic and psychological adjustment (Coei,...
Children have contact with their peers from the early stages of their development (Asher & Coie, 1990). However, contact with peers can lead to inclusion and exclusion (or rejection) among children.
Importantly, exclusion experiences have a...
This study examined how Saudi Arabian children (M = 10.50 years, SD = 1.61, Range = 8–10 years) evaluate peer exclusion based on religion when the perpetrator of exclusion was a peer or a father. Children believed that it was more acceptable for...