Saturday, January 20, 2007

Young student's documentary leaving audiences stunned

This is sad:

Color is more than skin deep for young African-American women struggling to define themselves

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Ignorance is bliss.

The population of this study was 21. In any decent statistics text, one would have learned that the minimum amount of a population from which one may derive anything resembling a scienticifc study is 40. With a population quantity of 40, you may assume results within 3% of accuracy. As the population increases, the percentage of accuracy decreases.

What questions does this "study" not answer? Is white more appealing to the undeveloped brain of a child? Children who are afraid of the dark may account for some of this. Do these colors or shades or tints or whatever represent something else to children or humans in general?

It is amazing what one will believe when the "truth" is "known" before test results are in. I guess when you are obsessed with race, assumptions pass for truth.

Mike...touchdown kansas city