Define the following terms:
Discrimination| Discrimination is when you treat someone in a way that can be negative or positive( being in favor of) based on their group's (race, religious, gender, ethnic, background, etc.) instead of their individual work.| Institutional discrimination| Institutional discrimination is when a company or a major dominant group promotes biased treatment to a certain group of people based on their gender, religion, ethnic, or background, | Political correctness| Political correctness is only making certain opinions of those thought up by a minority group who enforces them by acceptable. They try to make the majority agree to their opinions by making every other thoughts or individual ideas are not ideal. |
* Write a 150- to 250-word response to each of the following questions: *
* 1) How is discrimination different from prejudice and stereotyping? *
* Discrimination is very different from prejudice and the act of stereotyping. Stereotyping is a generalization of people with similar traits, and prejudice is when you're negative to specific people but not actually doing, it's basically the thought. While discrimination is actually acting on those thoughts, it's actually act of doing something negative to certain type of group.
They're all linked together, stereotyping leads to being prejudice, and once you have prejudice thoughts to a certain group you become more inclined to act on those thoughts which then becomes discrimination. Discrimination is like not hiring someone because you hate their race, or basically like the KKK burning a cross on someone's lawn just because their African American.
Not everyone who's prejudice is discriminatory, but that's what makes them different. It's similar to cause and effect, being prejudice and stereotyping leads to discrimination; which just promotes hate....