What is the meaning of prejudice?​ I need 6 examples

Prejudice is an assumption or an opinion about someone simply based on that person's membership to a particular group. For example, people can be prejudiced against someone else of a different ethnicity, gender, or religion.

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vaishnavidhiman24 2 years ago
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Answer:

Racism.

Xenophobia

Ageism.

Classism.

Homophobia.

Nationalism.

Explanation:

its most common these days

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chilenickiii 2 years ago
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Prejudice is an idea or opinion that disregards basic facts. It's akin to ignorance, or a lack of knowledge, experience or education.

For EXAMPLE:

To think that all blondes have painted hair.

Xenophobic acts

Saying that Europeans don’t have good groxxoming

Do not treat people who have spots on their skin that are of genetic origin because you think they can infect them.

Excluding a person just for wearing black and having tattoos

Not accepting older people in a certain group

Explanation:

these are the examples.

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