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Appendix C

Part I

Define the following terms:

|Term |Definition |
|Discrimination |The denial of opportunities and equal rights to individuals and groups because of prejudice |
| |or for other arbitrary reasons |
| |(Richard T. Schaefer). |
|Institutional discrimination |A denial of opportunities and equal rights to individuals or groups, resulting from the |
| |normal operations of a society |
| |(Richard T. Schaefer). |
|Political correctness |Conforming to a belief that language and practices which could offend political |
| |sensibilities (as in matters of sex or race) should be eliminated (Merriam Webster |
| |Dictionary). |
| | |

Part II

Write a 150- to 250-word response to each of the following questions:

• How is discrimination different from prejudice and stereotyping?

Discrimination is different from prejudice and stereotyping because discrimination is an action of discrimination that would be a home owner refusing to sell to a Jew or…...

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