PSY 301 The Impact of Prejudice, Stereotype, and Discrimination

Feb 3rd, 2012
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This is Sample Answer: Racial prejudices have changed over the past several years; interracial dating and marriage are considered morally wrong to some groups. The pressure put on interracial couples by society can be difficult and if a child is involved the racism can be escalated. The current war the United States is fighting has caused those of Middle Eastern decent to be viewed differently. People tend to gravitate toward individuals who look, act, and think like them because they are within a comfort zone. Prejudice, racism, and discrimination prevent people from getting to know other races, cultures, and people.

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