This week, AC360° aired a four-part series on the results of a CNN pilot study examining how children view skin color. So how do kids see differences in race? According to results from the study:
“In the study, white children had an overwhelming bias toward white, and black children also had a bias toward white, but it was not nearly as strong as the bias shown by the white children.
Many users of the site thought parenting was the issue behind the results, some thought the kids were too naive and others thought the testing method was flawed(Source).”
What are your opinions? Is parenting the issue behind the results or were the kids too naive and or was the testing method flawed?
Photo: The original doll test conducted in 1947.