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LEI - Ch 15 Leisure and Cultural Diversity Diversity...

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Ch. 15 – Leisure and Cultural Diversity
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Diversity sensitivity to differences of physical qualities and abilities, race and ethnicity, gender, age, and sexual orientation.
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Culture the values, traditions, norms, customs, rituals, and way of viewing the world of a group of people who share common factors.
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Prejudice a preconceived attitude or opinion made before all information has been collected
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Discrimination actions that hinder equal access to economic resources, educational systems, and leisure opportunities.
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Primary Characteristics race and ethnicity gender physical impairment sexual orientation age
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Secondary Characteristics economic status religion military experience education geographic location marital status parental status type of job
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Cultural Sensitivity becoming aware of one's own ethnicity and differences and acknowledging and respecting differences in others. To not just tolerate differences, but to value them.
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