Attitudes and Prejudices

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  • Attitudes and Predjudices
    • Effects of discrimination
      • Sad
      • Angry
      • Frustrated
      • Withdrawn
      • Annoyed
      • Humiliated
      • Low self-esteem/ self-worth
      • Depressed
      • Disempowered
      • Lonely
      • Embarrassed
      • Anxious
    • Examples
      • Direct
        • Verbal abuse
          • Sexist comment
          • Racist joke
        • Physical abuse
          • Racist attack
        • Refused access
          • Jobs
            • Not employing someone because of race, gender, age, ect
              • Exclusion
                • Avoiding someone who is HIV positive
                • Refused access
                  • Jobs
                    • Not employing someone because of race, gender, age, ect
                      • Exclusion
                        • Avoiding someone who is HIV positive
                  • Education
                  • Goods and services
                  • Housing
          • Education
          • Goods and services
          • Housing
      • Older People
        • Not being offered jobs
        • People not giving them choices
        • Financial Manipulation
        • Being spoken down to
        • Negative portrayal in media
      • Indirect
        • Providing leaflets/ information in only only language/ format
        • Not making provision for different diet requirements due to certain beliefs
        • Being unaware of cultural practices
        • Policies that are applied equally to everyone result in people being left at a disadvantage
        • Services only on specific days or times which can conflict with religious observance
        • Placing a condition on a group that makes it unfavourable for them
        • Ethnocentric curriculum
        • Only allowing applicants from a certain area

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