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Unformatted text preview: discrimination. He suggested that there were four possible combinations. a. The Prejudiced Discriminator This group would include the KKK who is both prejudiced and who discriminates. b. The Unprejudiced Nondiscriminator This person accepts ethnic and racial groups as equals in theory and practice. c. The Unprejudiced Discriminator This person believes there is really no difference between races and ethnic groups, but still discriminates as a matter of convenience. d. The Prejudiced Nondiscriminator Merton describes this person as a closet bigot. They are prejudiced, but they do not openly discriminate. B. Sources of Prejudice The main drift of this section is the search for personality characteristics (a personality profile if you will) that would be predisposed toward prejudiced thought....
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