Religious Studies - Prejudice and Discrimination

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Prejudice

Prejudice is when someone is unfairly judged because of their gender, age, religion, etc.

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Prejudice

Prejudice is when someone is unfairly judged because of their gender, age, religion, etc.

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Discrimination

Discrimination is when someone is treated unfairly because of their gender, age, religion, etc.

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Discrimination

Discrimination is when someone is treated unfairly because of their gender, age, religion, etc.

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Ignorance

Ignorance is a lack or knowledge and/or understanding of those who are different.

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Ignorance

Ignorance is a lack or knowledge and/or understanding of those who are different.

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Racism

Racism is prejudice and discrimination based on a person's race. 

There is also significant prejudice and discrimination based on religion.

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Racism

Racism is prejudice and discrimination based on a person's race. 

There is also significant prejudice and discrimination based on religion.

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Prejudice and discrimination based on gender

This type of prejudice and discrimination concers the equalty of men and women and equal opportunities for men and women. Historically, men have been the heads in culture and civilisations. Even today, people still continue to hold sexist attitudes and treat people unfairly because of gender.

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Prejudice and discrimination based on gender

This type of prejudice and discrimination concers the equalty of men and women and equal opportunities for men and women. Historically, men have been the heads in culture and civilisations. Even today, people still continue to hold sexist attitudes and treat people unfairly because of gender.

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