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Title

Sociodemographic Differences in Humility: The Role of Social Relations

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2018

Department/School

Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology

Publication Title

Research in Human Development

Abstract

This study examines whether humility is associated with gender, education, and racial/ethnic group. We also investigate how social relations mediate these links across the life course. Data are from the Detroit Community Study, which focused on three prominent groups in the area: Arab Americans, African Americans, and White Americans (N=907). Findings indicate that Arab Americans and African Americans report greater humility than Whites. Further, social relations partially mediate this association, but only among older Arab Americans. Findings are discussed within a developmental science perspective to consider the relational aspects of the individual and context over the life course.

Link to Published Version

10.1080/15427609.2017.1414670

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