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Prejudice is an assumption or an opinion about someone simply based on that person's membership to a particular group.

In society, we often see prejudices based on characteristics like race, sex, religion, culture, and more.


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When people hold prejudicial attitudes toward others, they tend to view everyone with the defining characteristic as being "all the same."

They paint every individual who holds specific characteristics or beliefs with a very broad brush and fail to look at each person as a unique individual.


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Types of Prejudice

  • Ageism, such as believing that someone is "too old" or "too young" to work in a particular role or participate in a specific activity.
  • Classism, which may include having a negative belief about someone based on their income or looking down on someone because they are "poor" or a member of the working class.
  • Homophobia, often defined as feeling a sense of discomfort, fear, distrust, or hatred for people who are members of the LGBTQ+ community.
  • Nationalism, which involves believing that the interests of your state's group are more important than those of other groups.


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Types of Prejudice

  • Racism, which involves having a negative attitude toward members of a certain racial or ethnic group rooted in systems of power and oppression.
  • Religious prejudice, which involves feeling negatively toward someone because of their religious beliefs, practices, or ideologies.
  • Sexism, which involves holding certain stereotypes or beliefs about someone based on their sex or gender.
  • Xenophobia, which involves disliking or fearing someone who the person considers "foreign" or "strange," often in the context of their native country.


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How to Reduce Prejudice

Develop empathy for members of other groups.

By imagining themselves in the same situation, people are able to think about how they would react and gain a greater understanding of other people's actions.


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