Class Year

2019

Document Type

Student Research Paper

Date of Creation

Spring 2019

Department 1

Political Science

Abstract

This work examines how identification in a historically marginalized group in the United States affects individuals' opinions towards welfare recipients. Using three marginalized groups: African Americans, Hispanic/Latinos, and Women, this study compares how each group views welfare recipients while discussing how people in general view welfare recipients. This study finds that there are some statistical differences between the opinions of welfare recipients between certain groups, but not amongst other groups, indicating the importance of society on American politics in the present day.

Comments

Written for POL 215: Methods of Political Science

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