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Prejudice, & Discrimination:

Prejudice, & Discrimination

WORDS AND EXPRESSIONS:

WORDS AND EXPRESSIONS 1.job discrimination/discrimination in employment/employment discrimination 社会不公平 social injustice 2.Racial discrimination (national origin/ethnicity origin): apartheid, segregation; anti-semitism

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3.Sexism/ sexual discrimination: male: patriarchy female: matriarchy third gender: transgender (trans woman/ trans man), ladyboy (kathoey)

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4.infectious disease discrimination: HIV carrier, AIDS patient HBV carrier

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5. sexual orientation discrimination Homosexuality: gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, or heterosexual orientation Harassment: comments and name-calling regarding sexual orientation

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6.Discrimination based on age, religion, physical or mental disability, political affiliation, citizenship Age : Ephebiphobia: fear of youth Gerontophobia: fear of elderly people

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We all decry prejudice , yet are all prejudiced. --- Herbert Spencer

Stereotypes 刻板印象:

Stereotypes 刻板印象 A stereotype is a preconceived idea that attributes certain characteristics (in general) to all the members of class or set. The term is often used with a negative connotation when referring to an oversimplified, exaggerated, or demeaning assumption that a particular individual possesses the characteristics associated with the class due to his or her membership in it.

Top ten stereotypes of black American :

Top ten stereotypes of black American 1933 Superstitious Lazy Happy-go-lucky Ignorant Musical Ostentatious Very Religious Dirty (physically) Naïve Unreliable 1995 Athletic Musical Ignorant/Stupid Poor Loud Criminal Hostile Very Religious Loyal to Family Dirty (physically)

Prejudice 偏見:

Prejudice 偏見 The word has commonly been used in certain restricted contexts, in the expression 'racial prejudice'. Initially this is referred to making a judgment about a person based on their race, religion, class, etc., before receiving information relevant to the particular issue on which a judgment was being made; it came, however, to be widely used to refer to any hostile attitude towards people based on their race or even by just judging someone without even knowing them.

Discrimination:

Discrimination toward or against a person or group is the treatment or consideration based on class or category rather than individual merit. It is usually associated with prejudice. It can be behavior promoting a certain group (e.g. affirmative action), or it can be negative behavior directed against a certain group (e.g. redlining).

Stop it!:

Stop it! Awareness A common goal law follow the voice of your conscience and follow the path of national harmony and integrity

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