SLHS 1010 FINAL EXAM OUTLINE

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SLHS 1010 FINAL EXAM OUTLINE 12 Common Effects of prejudice and discrimination 1. Stereotyping a. An exaggerated belief associated with a category b. they forget the individual c. not supported by fact, just belief d. EX: “CU students just party and are not serious” 2. Role entrapment a. People in power define the roles that another individual can assume b. Typically inferior and undesirable roles c. Social role entrapment i. Only associate/date/marry other PWD d. Occupational role entrapment i. Certain occupations are ‘approved’ for PWD ii. 4 F’s : work with food, filth, flowers and folding iii. “help your own kind” – PWD should work in disability field 3. Lowered expectations a. PWD should be excused and indulged b. Not capable of being judged against a higher standard c. How do lowered expectations harm PWD? i. Keep someone in an inferior and dependent position ii. Teach PWD they aren’t capable d. EX: praising small achievements when the person is capable of more i. Also includes sheltering and overprotection 4. Lack of privacy a. People cross your boundaries more often i. Ask intrusive questions b. Lack of privacy extends to families too c. Often more people know about your personal life d. EX: hospitalization and institutionalization reduce privacy i. Cocooning – pull blanket over head to gain privacy in group environment 5. Hyper visibility and over-observation 6. Solo Status 7. Token Status
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8. Infantilization a. People associate a disability with being childlike i. Always in need of management and guidance b. People use ‘motherese’ or child-directed speech to the PWD
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