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1Scarborough Reflection Part 3Mohamed RageSeneca CollegeECE 209 KBBSafra Najeemudeen12//3/2020
2Scarborough Reflection Part 3Some of the main themes present in the book Scarborough include bias, discrimination,and stereotypes. These themes can be seen in the interactions via email between Ms Hina and herboss, Jane Fulton. An example of stereotyping in the book is when Jane mentioned to Hina thatshe knows the centre is in a low-income community. However, she doesn’t want people to comeexpecting free meals (Hernandez, 2017). Stereotyping is clearly shown as Jane makes theassumption that low-income families are flocking to the centre to take advantage of the free food.Discrimination is showcased in the email when Jane mentions to Hina that she saw her at anNDP rally. Furthermore, she says that her views are opposite to that of the centre’s, and itshouldn’t be brought up in the workplace (Hernandez, 2017). This is a clear case ofdiscrimination as Jane implies that the beliefs of Ms Hina can be problematic. Finally, bias isdisplayed when Jane tells Fulton that she shouldn’t take a day off for her mental health after thedeath of a student. She reasons that Ms Hina should keep her personal feelings out of the

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