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taking English classes so that he can adequately communicate with his teacher and classmates. At home, his family speaks their native language. Many of the kids have never met a Hmong student before even though there are a few other Hmong students at the school. Some of the kids feel that Max isn't very smart because he can't speak English very well and doesn't understand the rules of the games that they play on the playground. The teacher has told them that they need to treat Max with respect and include him in their games, and the students do so. What is Max experiencing at school with his classmates? A. discriminationB. implicit association biasC. overgeneralizationD. prejudiceCroteau - Chapter 10 #26Level: ModerateTopic: Structure and Power Among Racial and Ethnic GroupsType: Application27.(p. 258)Kim is an Asian woman in her thirties. She enjoys shopping and going to her local mall on the weekends when she's not working. Kim lives in a mid-sized community where there is little ethnic diversity. Her husband is white and so are her friends. There is one particular store where Kim and her friends shop in which many of the clerks are white women in their late fifties to early sixties. They are very friendly and attentive to Kim's friends, but not to her. Kim will sometimes have to wait for a few minutes at the checkout before receiving assistance.