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...r own unique ways.; however, the authors focus on different aspects of prejudice and racism, resulting in them communicating different ideas and thoughts that range from racial discrimination to stereotypical attitudes. The range of ideas attempt to engage the readers about the reality of their issues. The reality about a world where prejudice and racism still prevail in modern times. But when will prejudice and racism ever cease to exist? And if they were ever to cease from existence, what does that mean about humankind?
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In the study done by Crandell and Eshleman (2003), prejudice is operationalized as the negative views of a specific group that are expressed when the prejudice is viewed as more acceptable and is no longer suppressed. Also justification is operationalized to be any evidence, whether it is psychological or social that allows for the expression of a prejudice to be viewed as non-threatening to the individual because they have ...
Throughout history, humans have dealt with prejudice towards each other. People have been judged depending on the color of their skin, the faith that they follow, or the gender they identify with. While prejudice can be positive, humans mainly focus on the negative aspects of it. People generally do not like other groups of people they do not know, since “the status of strangers is an important factor in the development of a negative attitude” (Parrillo 504). Even in this day and age, humanity still has to deal with prejudice distributed throughout different forms of media. In his essay “Causes of Prejudice,” Vincent N. Parrillo discusses the psychological and sociological reasoning behind discrimination. He analyses many different theories
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In my lifetime, I have witnessed two accounts of prejudice. The first was when I was on a train to Denver, Colorado from Chicago, Illinois. A family of Amish people who got on the train somewhere in Iowa. When they got on the train everyone gave them dirty looks. I think people were doing this because they thought they were different and of lesser value than they were. This prejudice made me feel uneasy and made me feel bad for the Amish family. Prejudice is everywhere and still exists as it did in the past just in different ways and ways that sometimes aren’t as noticeable.