The Obama Effect Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation The Obama Effect Part One The election of Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States of America in 2008 brought a lot of joy and hope to citizens. The African-American population in particular had very high expectations that the Obama presidency would come in handy in addressing some of the challenges they faced like the inequalities between the whites and African Americans. The African Americans had experienced a lot of transgressions and suffering in the struggle of asserting a better life especially on the ancient struggles during the pain of slavery to contemporary discrimination (Tope Pickett Cobb & Dirlam 2014). Even though Obama’s election was T. (2010). Obama and the White Vote. Political Research Quarterly 63(4) 863-874. Retrieved from www.jstor.org Lybarger J. E. & Monteith M. J. (2011). The effect of Obama saliency on individual-level racial bias: Silver bullet or smokescreen? Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47(3) 647+. Retrieved from link.galegroup.com Schaffner B. (2011). Racial Salience and the Obama Vote. Political Psychology 32(6) 963-988. Retrieved from www.jstor.org D. Pickett J. Cobb R. & Dirlam J. (2014). Othering Obama: Racial Attitudes and Dubious Beliefs about the Nation's First Black President. Sociological Perspectives 57(4) 450-469. Retrieved from www.jstor.org WELCH S. & SIGELMAN L. (2011). The "Obama Effect" and White Racial Attitudes. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 634 207-220. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/stable/29779403 [...]
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