Ex Offender Test Guide
What is an Ex-Offender? An ex offender is any individual who has been convicted of a felony
and has been discharged from the jurisdiction of the DOC or any other correctional jurisdiction.
Some of the rights ex-offenders lose are:
The Disabled Note Sheet
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has a three-part definition of disability.
Under ADA, an individual with a disability is a person who:
o (1) Has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits
one or more major
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Throughout the past century, research on prejudice has closely reflected ideological
trends, telling us as much about the personal biases of the scientific community as about
prejudice itself. According to John Duckitt (1992), psychological
Linking Stereotypes, Prejudice, and Discrimination Paper
Stereotypes are not only harmful in their own right; they do damage by fostering
prejudice and discrimination. After all, if encyclopedia readers are led to believe that Black
people have intellectu
Lecture 4 Notes
When most people think of racism and other forms of bias, they picture one group having
negative feelings toward another group. Although this dynamic certainly takes place, research
since the 1970s has found that many gr
The relationship between prejudice and categorical thinking was first systematically explored by
Gordon Allport in his classic book The Nature of Prejudice. Although Allport recognized the
emotional, social, economic, and hi
Lecture 2 Notes
Organizational policy guides how organizations and businesses operate. Unlike public policy,
which often has opportunities for public input, organizational policies are often made out of
public view. The internal poli
Lecture 1 Notes
What does policy mean?
In short, policies simply guide our actions. Policies can be guidelines, rules, regulations, laws,
principles, or directions. They say what is to be done, who is to do it, how it is to be done and for
(or to) whom it
1. . Must be at least 18 years old and a lawful permanent resident ("green card" holder)
. Have resided continuously in the United States, having been lawfully admitted for
permanent residence, for five years immediately preceding the date you
Since 1990 North Carolina has seen an increase in the number of Hispanics.
North Carolina's population is 9,380,884.
Greensboro or Guilford County has a population of 269,666 Hispanics.
Where Mexicans originated from
3. Racial Profiling
5. Unemployment rate in NC 9.4 %
6. African American unemployment is 19.4%
7. 22% of African Americans in NC live in poverty
8. What additional changes need to happen to promote equality?
Discrimination against Women Presentation Notes
Women are discriminated in America in many ways
Discrimination in the Workforce:
-According to the Institute for Womens Policy Research, in 2009 full-time female