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Justin Gardner Question 1 Eng 101 4/5/08 I do not see how anyone can have prejudice thoughts without having an affect on their feelings. I understand that people were brought up with their family’s particular views and beliefs, but I don’t think that their feelings will not be affected. It would seem that it would have to have some sort of effect on their feelings. When looking at the cognitive side of the argument both the ethnocentrism and the prejudice have feelings attached to them. Ethnocentrism being the rejection of an entire group of people, it would seem that some feelings would have to be expressed. It is not possible for someone to have a certain attitude towards a certain group without it affecting their feelings. The other explanation which is prejudice is having feelings toward a certain person because of their color or ties with a certain group. Why anybody would have an attitude towards a certain person based on their color is entirely beyond my comprehension. When dealing with the emotional side of the argument, it is all about the feelings that
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course SS 102 taught by Professor Strada during the Spring '08 term at West Liberty.

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