Latest Prejudice Stories
IRVINE, Calif., Sept. 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- VIZIO, Inc.
People's racial prejudices are influenced by where they live.
Rare in history are moments like the 1960s civil rights movement, in which members of a majority group vocally support minority groups in their fight against prejudice.
Individuals from stigmatized groups choose to present themselves in ways that counteract the specific stereotypes and prejudices associated with their group.
Obese women are more likely to be discriminated against when applying for jobs and receive lower starting salaries than their non-overweight colleagues.
A new University of British Columbia study finds that the way individuals experience the universal emotion of pride directly impacts how racist and homophobic their attitudes toward other people are.
Girls are not as good at playing football as boys, and they do not have a clue about cars.
Prejudice against people from groups different than their own is linked to aggression for men and fear for women, suggests new research led by Michigan State University scholars.
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