November 5, 2018
It is outrageous what the Democrats are doing to our Country. Vote Republican now! https://t.co/0pWiwCHGbh pic.twitter.com/2crea9HF7G— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 31, 2018
explicit: use of ethnic/racial nouns or adjectives to endorse in-group prerogatives, to express anti- out-group sentiment, to represent ethnic/racial stereotypes, or to portray a threat from the out-group.
implicit: a message that endorses in-group prerogatives, expresses anti- out-group sentiment, represents ethnic/racial stereotypes, or portrays a threat from the out-group without ethnic/racial nouns/adjectives using either words or images
in psychology: exposure to one stimulus influences a response to a subsequent stimulus, without conscious guidance or intention
Experiments show Americans:
Words "mean the same", but different racial connotations…
BUT: not always sure that "words means the same thing"
Huber and Paris: people think of different policies when they hear "assistance to the poor" vs. "welfare"