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Patterns of Prejudice

Summary
Patterns of Prejudice is a peer-reviewed academic journal dedicated to the study of historical and contemporary intolerance and social exclusion. Published by Taylor & Francis, the articles are selected via a double-blind method, and publications are issued five times a year. The journal was founded in 1967 to study "racial and religious prejudice" throughout the world and report on contemporary political events. See also
  • Institute for Jewish Policy Research
  • American Jewish Committee
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