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4. DISCRIMINATION VICTIMS
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1. Majority of discrimination cases are very physical, merely base on physical identity. For example, one’s skin colour . 2. The victims are being discriminated in the way of “ labeling ”. 3. In other words, the victims are being misjudged because of personal identities. 4. Or you can think the idea as the “ tagging function in Facebook.
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Indians and Pakistanis LABEL S OF VICTIM S
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In Facebook, you can “remove tag”. But in real life, it is hard to remove the label. No matter who you are. No matter how you look physically.
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Everyone can be victims
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5. Factors of Discrimination
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WEIGHTAGE ON CATEGORY OF FACTORS
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The 40% - Innate/Pre-existence factors
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Take an example: United States of America Americans tend to have an attitude which they easily form their own identity but much difficult for them to embrace others into their system. (The Circle Theory) The enclosed “pride” system formed since very long time ago.
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