Group14Chapter09WWDNU

Group14Chapter09WWDNU - Group 14: WWDNU by Paul Burkhart...

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Grou p 14 : WWDNU by Paul Burkhart Can some of the behaviors defined as racial prejudice be attributed to simply noticing differences between the races. Must the “absence of racial prejudice” be defined as the disappearance of even the slightest notice of color? Not to bring too much politics into the course, but some of us were wondering what the application of the findings on racial prejudice would be on the topic of Affirmative Action. It would seem that this would only encourage racial differences rather than bridge them. Many of us thought that the experiment by Kent Harber at Stanford University where the students would rate papers they thought were written by blacks higher than those written by whites sounded a lot like affirmative action done on individual basis rather than institutional basis. The text doesn’t seem to mention some of the cultural bias against men. The stereotype of men being creeps that just have “one thing on their mind,” men being irresponsible, men being chauvinistic pigs that care only
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