Prejudice

Prejudice

There are many different definitions or ideas about prejudice, but let’s make this simple. Prejudice is a negative, usually unjustified attitude directed toward people simply because they are members of a specific social group. For example, if a person believes that people from Bali are less intelligent than people from Nepal, that person would be prejudiced toward those from Bali. Oftentimes prejudice involves broad, sweeping generalizations about others.

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