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Unformatted text preview: perception, which may or may not be accurate, they unconsciously begin to simulate certain behaviors to match the stereotype. Using this way of thinking, culture is something that is merely created, and true diversity is not something that can be achieved. As a result, diversity must also be simulated. There is a perception that assembling a group of people of different races creates diversity, but by labeling people as a certain race or type of person, barriers are formed, which in reality counteracts what diversity truly is. Because of false perceptions, diversity is simply a symbol and the true meaning of the word diversity is lost, until the false meaning transforms to replace the true meaning....
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- Spring '10
- Psychology, Jean Baudrillard, Simulated reality, Roshni Sheth FLL-2D