The Pros And Cons Of Prejudice

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In the past, people from Middle Eastern American groups like Jews and Arabs have faced continuous discrimination in the United States while East and South Asians also have similarly faced racism in America. Simpson & Yinger (2013) suggested that prejudice happened over time and the reason from each group were different by generations such as racial prejudice, gender prejudice, age prejudice and sexual prejudice. Most of the time, prejudice can leads to discrimination. Many Asian experienced severe discrimination and mental hardship involved in mass internment during World War II (Loo, 1990). Prejudice is a thought and feeling of unjustified towards an individual based solely on the individuals, intergroup and outside (Grant & Portera, 2011). Nelson (2009) said that prejudice can either be in positive and negative way. Prejudice includes three components of an attitude followed by behavioral, cognitive and affective. Moreover, it can happen towards any individuals or group of social because intergroup prejudice is universal (Whitney & Kite, 2006). Intergroup relations especially show the power of emotional prejudices; when people commit extreme discrimination, emotions focus on their behavior (Glaser, Dixit, & Green, 2002; Pettigrew & Meertens, 1995). Even some people might not be as we judge however it does not only prejudgement but also can be a misjudgment.

Approach Adopted and Explanation To explore the idea that discrimination towards Asian people influence work
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