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Is racial profiling a matter of discretion or ethics?

•What are the ethical and moral dimensions of racial profiling?

•How do people judge other people that they meet?

•Why do people judge people by how they look, how they act, or how they present themselves?  

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Jan 19th, 2016

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Racial profiling is a matter of ethics.

The ethical and moral dimensions of ethical profiling are that the stereotyping of individuals of certain races ,ethnicity and even religion(Muffler, 2006).

People judge other people they meet based on stereotypical behaviors or misconceptions about individuals of certain traits, personality or even religion.

People tend to judge others by how they look due to their presentation,they say first impression is key, so a negative first impression would mean a negative judgement while the opposite is also true.people who at in a quier way, they tend to be judged as being jokers,or people who act as introverts individuals do not engage much with them.all this is due to how they present themselves and an individuals presentation speaks volume(Glover, 2009).

Reference

Glover, K. S. (2009). Racial profiling: Research, racism, and resistance. Lanham, Md: Rowman & Littlefield. 

Muffler, S. J. (2006). Racial profiling: Issues, data, and analyses. New York: Nova Science Publishers.

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