Class Year


Document Type

Student Research Paper

Date of Creation

Fall 2020

Department 1

Political Science


In this paper, support for the Black Lives Matter is examined through different identity frames: feminism, support for the LGBTQ+ community, and who the respondent voted for in 2016. An interaction variable was created to see how race influenced these categories. For example, whether a white feminist might support Black Lives Matter more or less than a Black feminist or a white non-feminist. Race is the main determinant of support for Black Lives Matter.


Written for POL 215: Methods of Political Science

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