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Unformatted text preview: on what are perceived to be race characteristics-the Jewish experience-the Irish experience: early 20 th c. defined as an inferior race; negroes turned inside out CHARACTERISTICS-Prejudice-Discrimination-Institutional Discrimination-Racism *Prejudice focuses on a negative attitude, belief or feeling about someone based on race or ethnicity. STEREOTYPES & SALIENCE-stereotype is an over simplified set of beliefs about members of a social group-the salience principle states that we categorize people on the basis of what appears initially prominent and obvious about them.-skin color, gender, age-Discrimination focuses on the behavior (usually negative) of people towards another person or group INSTITUTIONAL DISCRIMINATION-1 st version: legalized & backed by the state, overt & intended, direct. -2 nd version: unintentional, indirect...
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- Spring '08