Culture and Conflict Reflection Essay

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THE PREJUDICES 2 “All those women on welfare have it made. All they do is stay home and make babies while the rest of us have to work and pay taxes to support them.” We all know that first impressions are substantially important, however, human beings have formed a bad habit of creating preconceived opinions about others with absence of sufficient information, this is commonly known as Prejudice. Prejudice is innate in humans given the fact that is in our nature to judge individuals and groups, however we have the ability to control, to a certain extent, how much prejudice can affect human interaction. It is important to know that it does not only affect the person that its being subjected to it, but also the perpetrator, having some side effects like Hate and similar negative feelings. One example of prejudice is seeing women as an inferior being. Due to the lack of education on
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