prejudice (noun) · prejudices (plural noun)
prejudice (verb) · prejudices (third person present) · prejudiced (past tense) · prejudiced (past participle) · prejudicing (present participle)
1. Prejudice definition is - injury or damage resulting from some judgment or action of another in disregard of one's rights; especially : detriment to one's legal rights or claims
2. How to use Prejudice in a sentence
3. Prejudice: For or Against? Synonym Discussion of Prejudice.
4. Prejudice definition, an unfavorable opinion or feeling formed beforehand or without knowledge, thought, or reason
5. It is argued that since Prejudice is defined as a negative affect towards members of a group, there are many groups against whom Prejudice is acceptable (such as rapists, men who abandon their families, pedophiles, neo-Nazis, drink-drivers, queue jumpers, murderers etc.), yet such Prejudices aren't studied.
6. Prejudice synonyms, Prejudice pronunciation, Prejudice translation, English dictionary definition of Prejudice
7. Prejudice is an assumption or an opinion about someone simply based on that person's membership to a particular group
8. For example, people can be Prejudiced against someone else of a different ethnicity, gender, or religion.
9. Prejudice: an attitude that always favors one way of feeling or acting especially without considering any other possibilities
10. Prejudice is a baseless and often negative preconception or attitude toward members of a group
11. Prejudice can have a strong influence on how people behave and interact with others, particularly with those who are different from them, even unconsciously or without the person realizing they are under the influence of their internalized Prejudices.
12. Prejudice: Psychology Definition Stereotype/Prejudice Examples
13. Examples of Prejudiced statements include: Because Ben is Jewish, he's greedy with money
14. Prejudice is an unjustified or incorrect attitude (usually negative) towards an individual based solely on the individual’s membership of a social group
15. For example, a person may hold Prejudiced views towards a certain race or gender etc
16. Prejudice is an unjustified attitude or opinion, usually a negative one, directed toward an individual for something the individual cannot control
17. An example of Prejudice is someone thinking poorly of another person for his belonging to a certain race, …
18. Prejudice definition, an unfavorable opinion or feeling formed beforehand or without knowledge, thought, or reason
19. An overarching insight is that Prejudice is a truly multi-process phenomenon
20. For example, one interesting insight comes from cognitive categorization — one of the main building blocks of Prejudice.
21. The Merriam Webster dictionary defines Prejudice as "an adverse opinion or leaning formed without just grounds or before sufficient knowledge,” and this resonates with how sociologists understand the term
22. “Ignorance and Prejudice are the handmaidens of propaganda
23. Prejudice refers to the beliefs, thoughts, feelings, and attitudes someone holds about a group
24. A Prejudice is not based on experience; instead, it is a prejudgment, originating outside actual experience
25. A 1970 documentary called Eye of the Storm illustrates the way in which Prejudice develops, by showing how defining one category of people as
26. Prejudice, literally pre-judgement, is a complicated business, and some would argue that Prejudice is inevitable
27. Prejudice, or negative feelings and evaluations, is common when people are from a different social group (i.e., out-group)
28. Prejudice and discrimination against others can be based on gender, race, ethnicity, social class, sexual orientation, or a variety of other social identities.
29. Prejudice is a prejudgment based on inadequate knowledge
30. Prejudice often relies on stereotypes.For instance, a person meeting a female child for the first time might assume she likes princesses
31. The violence and Prejudice he encounters convinces him of the "barbarity of man." That the only character who accepts the monster is a blind man, De Lacy, suggests that the monster is right: mankind is barbaric, and blinded by its own Prejudice.
32. Prejudice is a broad social phenomenon and area of research, complicated by the fact that intolerance exists in internal cognitions but is manifest in symbol usage (verbal, nonverbal, mediated), law and policy, and social and organizational practice
33. The Crossword Solver found 144 answers to the Prejudice crossword clue
34. Adjectives for Prejudice include prejudical, prejudicall, prejudicant, prejudicate, Prejudiced, prejudicial, prejudged, prejudging, prejudicing, prejudicated
35. Prejudice, Prejudice And Prejudice 1074 Words 5 Pages
36. Marked Prejudice against Prejudice, and understandably so
37. More often than not, “Prejudice” refers to an “antipathy based upon a faulty and inflexible generalization.”1 Insofar as Prejudice refers to thought or action beclouded by hatred, it warrants condemnation, not defense.
38. Prejudice (v.) mid-15c., Prejudicen, "to injure or be detrimental to," from Prejudice (n.) and from Old French prejudiciier
39. The meaning "to affect or fill with Prejudice, create a Prejudice (against)" is from c
40. Related: Prejudiced; prejudicing.
41. Prejudice Prejudice is an evaluation or emotion toward people merely based on their group membership
42. Racial Prejudice was a part of southern life inthe 1930s, and this was long before a ban was placed on discrimination in interstate commerce
43. Prejudice definition: Prejudice is an unreasonable dislike of a particular group of people or things, or a Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
44. Prejudice and discrimination (discussed in the next section) are often confused, but the basic difference between them is this: Prejudice is the attitude, while discrimination is the behavior
45. More specifically, racial and ethnic Prejudice refers to a set of negative attitudes, beliefs, and judgments about whole categories of people, and about individual members of those categories, because of
46. THESAURUS Prejudice an unreasonable dislike and distrust of people who are different from you in some way, especially because of their race, sex, religion etc racial Prejudice Prejudice against women discrimination the practice of treating one group of people differently from another in an unfair way There is widespread discrimination against
47. People can be Prejudiced not only toward those of another nationality, race, tribe, or language but also toward those of a different religion, gender, or social class.
48. Often confused, there is a major difference between Prejudice and discrimination
49. Prejudice vs discrimination is explained through definitions & examples of each.
50. Prejudice - disadvantage by Prejudice justice - judgment involved in the determination of rights and the assignment of rewards and punishments disadvantage , disfavor , disfavour - put at a disadvantage; hinder, harm; "This rule clearly disadvantages me"
51. Prejudice, adverse or hostile attitude toward a group or its individual members, generally without just grounds or before sufficient evidence
52. Examples of Prejudice in a sentence
53. Jane’s Prejudice led her to dislike Mary simply because of the color of her skin
54. 🔊 After all these years, Prejudice in the small southern town has continued to keep African Americans from holding
55. Pride and Prejudice and Secrets: A Pride and Prejudice Variation (The Poison Series) Book 2 of 2: The Poison Series
56. These gender role differences reflect biases, also known as Prejudices (a negative attitude towards others based on a prejudgment about those individuals with no prior knowledge or experience), held by members of a society.
57. Prejudice shapes what the targets of Prejudice think about the world and life in general, about the people around them, and how they feel about themselves
58. Importantly, Prejudice greatly influences what people expect from the future and how they feel about their chances for self-improvement, referred to as their life chances.
59. A teaching guide ( discussion guide, lesson plan, teachers' guide ) for teaching kids about Prejudice and respect and getting along
60. Pride & Prejudice (2005) Plot
61. Can each overcome their own pride and Prejudice?
62. From a general summary to chapter summaries to explanations of famous quotes, the SparkNotes Pride and Prejudice Study Guide has everything you need to ace quizzes, tests, and essays.
63. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen Chapter 1 It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in posses-sion of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife
64. Throughout To Kill a Mockingbird, Scout witnesses many different types of Prejudice—and even promotes these attitudes herself—including classism, sexism, and racism
65. Prejudice is a very common attitude in today’s society
66. Prejudice and Stereotype are the two types of held believes or image about the certain people or things within the society
67. Prejudice is a kind of preconceived opinion or assumption about the people or things in the society that is based on the lack of knowledge.
68. Being merely occasionally unfriendly to objects of Prejudice pass out "tokens"--small rewards or praise--to other people who are unwilling to display discrimination hiring a person solely as a token member of a racial or ethnic group, rather than on the basis of qualifications
69. ‘It is certainly Prejudice which stands in the way of most people's appreciation of Baroque art.’ ‘Ignorance is the mother of Prejudice, whether among nations or individuals.’ ‘There is significant and persistent Prejudice against nuclear power among both the public and policymakers.’
70. Can each overcome their own pride and Prejudice?