Relating to Others

Relating to Others - Relating to Others 1. What is...

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Relating to Others 1. What is Diversity? a. Everything about you: gender, age, ethnicity, sex, physical being, personality, religion, talents, skills, etc. b. Your encounter with others: interactions with other people 2. Value of diversity a. You: relating to others making choices feeling comfortable b. To others: treating others accepting others open-minded, tolerance, making fair decisions (Examples page 339) Page 1 of 11
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3. Understanding Prejudice, Stereotyping, and Discrimination a. Prejudice: a preconceived judgement or opinion, made without enough evidence or sufficient knowledge occurs when people prejudged others on the basis of gender, race, sex, and religion b. Racism: prejudice based on race c. S exism: prejudice based on gender d. Ageism: prejudice based on age Why Prejudice Happened? a. Family and culture b. Fear of indifference c. Insecurity and jealousy d. Experience Page 2 of 11
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Prejudice Based on Stereotypes Stereotypes: a. assumptions made without proof or critical thinking about a person or a group of people b. can be “positive” or “negative” c. aren’t always “harmless” or “true” d. lead to prejudice e. communicates a message of disrespect and affects relationship (Examples: page 342) Why Stereotyping Happened? a.
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This note was uploaded on 07/29/2011 for the course BUS 444 taught by Professor Lynn during the Spring '11 term at Keuka.

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