Meaning Prejudice
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Prejudging or making a decision about a person or group of people without sufficient knowledge. Prejudicial thinking is frequently based on stereotypes.
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A state of mind; a set of attitudes held, consciously or unconsciously, often in the absence of legitimate or sufficient evidence; means literally to “pre-judge”; considered irrational and very re [..]
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 A learned attitude toward a target object, involving negative affect (dislike or fear), negative beliefs (stereotypes) that justify the attitude, and a behavioral intention to avoid, control, dominate, or eliminate the target object.
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Judging someone without knowing them, on the basis of what they look like or what group they belong to, e.g. all black people are good dancers.
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An attitude, opinion, or feeling formed without adequate prior knowledge, thought, or reason. Prejudice can be prejudgment for or against any individual, group, or object. Any individual or group can [..]
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Prejudging others using positive or negative attitudes based on stereotypes rather than information about a specific individual. [IRW] To make a judgment about an individual or group of individuals on [..]
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unfair feeling for or against someone or something without basis in reason.
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n. A judgment or opinion formed without due examination of the facts.
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Negative beliefs, attitudes, or feelings about a person’s entire character based on only one characteristic. This belief is often based on faulty information.
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A negative prejudgment or preconceived feelings or notions about another person or group of persons based on perceived characteristics, rather than empirical evidence.
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The preconceived formation of negative or hostile views toward a person or group of persons based on ignorance, stereotyping, or other filter of bigotry. Prejudice can be unconscious or conscious, and [..]
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An irrational attitude of hostility directed against an individual, a group, a race, or their supposed characteristics. (Teacher's Field Trip Guide to the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum
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A predetermined judgment (based on faulty interpretation) made using wrong or distorted facts. This attitude, usually negative, is directed toward a person or group of people. Prejudiced thinking may [..]
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The holding of unfounded ideas about a group, ideas that are resistant to change.
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noun. 1. a negative outlook toward another individual or group of people shaped prior to of any encounters with the individual or group. Prejudices are inclusive of an affective element, a mental elem [..]
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[Old French, from Latin praejudicium previous judgment, damage, from prae- before + judicium judgment] 1 : injury or detriment to one's legal rights or claims (as from the action of another): as [..]
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A pre-judgment or unjustifiable, and usually negative, attitude of one type of individual or groups toward another group and its members. Such negative attitudes are typically based on unsupported gen [..]
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A "prejudged" unfavorable attitude toward the members of a particular group, who are assumed to possess negative traits.
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to create an opinion without enough reasons.
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a body of unfounded opinions or attitudes relating to an individual or group that represent them in an unfavourable light. (Racism. Stop it! Action 2000, Canada 1999)
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Uninformed judgments about others that are often unconscious, harsh, or discriminatory and that involve rejection
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Prejudice means "pre-judging" something. In general, it implies coming to a judgement on the subject based on false beliefs or before knowing where the preponderance of the evidence actually [..]
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A pre-judgment or unjustifiable, and usually negative, attitude of one type of individual or groups toward another group and its members. Such negative attitudes are typically based on unsupported generalizations (or stereotypes) that deny the right of individual members of certain groups to be recognized and treated as individuals with individual [..]
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(n) a partiality that prevents objective consideration of an issue or situation(v) disadvantage by prejudice(v) influence (somebody's) opinion in advance
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A judgment, belief, opinion, point of view — favorable or unfavorable — formed before the facts are known, resistant to evidence and reason, or in disregard of facts which contradict it. Self-an [..]
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Unfair harm to one party.
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a preconceived opinion or belief unsupported by evidence. The opinion may prove to be factually correct or incorrect, but the use of the word today tends to be associated with groundless discriminatio [..]
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Over-generalized, oversimplified or exaggerated beliefs associated with a category or group of people.  These beliefs are not easily changed, even in the fact of contrary evidence. Example: A French woman is in an elevator alone. She grabs her purse tight when an African young man enters. Prejudice can also be devaluing (looking down on) a group b [..]
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A preconceived Judgment made without factual basis.
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Differential treatment or unequal access to opportunities, based on group membership such as origin or ethnicity.
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A judgment or opinion that is formed on insufficient grounds before facts are known or in disregard of facts that contradict it. Prejudices are learned and can be unlearned.
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A pre-judgment or unjustifiable, and usually negative, attitude of one type of individual or groups toward another group and its members. Such negative attitudes are typically based on unsupported gen [..]
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A preconceived judgment made without adequate evidence and not easily alterable by presentation of contrary evidence.
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 negative prejudgment or preconceived feelings or notions about another person or group of persons based on perceived characteristics.
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An unfavorable opinion or feeling formed beforehand or without knowledge, thought, or reason; any preconceived opinion or feeling, either favorable or unfavorable
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Legal jargon that denotes that someone’s legal position has been …
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Positive or negative cultural attitude that is directed toward members of a group or social category; combines beliefs and value judgments with positive or negative emotions.
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(countable) An adverse judgment or opinion formed beforehand or without knowledge of the facts. *Macaulay *: Though often misled by prejudice and passion, he was emphatically an honest man. (cou [..]
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a preconceived judgment about a person or group of people, usually indicating negative bias
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Prejudice, or bigotry, is an affective feeling towards a person or group member based solely on that person's group membership. The word is often used to refer to preconceived, usually unfavorable, fe [..]
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Prejudice, or bigotry, is an affective feeling towards a person or group member based solely on that person's group membership. The word is often used to refer to preconceived, usually unfavorable, fe [..]
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Prejudice is a legal term with different meanings when used in criminal, civil or common law. Often the use of prejudice in legal context differs from the more common use of the word and thus has spec [..]
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Prejudice is a legal term with different meanings when used in criminal, civil or common law. Often the use of prejudice in legal context differs from the more common use of the word and thus has spec [..]
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Prejudice is a 1988 television film about two women who go to the Anti-Discrimination Board. It was one of a series of TV movies about social issues made by Film Australia with the Nine Network.
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Prejudice (Préjudice) is a 2015 drama film directed by Antoine Cuypers and co-written by Cuypers with Antoine Wauters. The film is an international co-production between Belgium, Luxembourg and the N [..]
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mid-15c., "to injure or be detrimental to," from prejudice (n.). The meaning "to affect or fill with prejudice" is from c. 1600. Related: Prejudiced; prejudicing.
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c. 1300, "despite, contempt," from Old French prejudice "prejudice, damage" (13c.), from Medieval Latin prejudicium "injustice," from Latin praeiudicium "prior judgm [..]
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bias: a partiality that prevents objective consideration of an issue or situation disadvantage by prejudice influence (somebody's) opinion in advance (prejudiced) emanating from a person&a [..]
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A judgment or opinion formed before the facts are known. In most cases, these opinions are founded on suspicion, intolerance, and the irrational hatred of other races, religions, creeds, or nationalit [..]
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There are many different definitions or ideas about prejudice, but let's make this simple. Prejudice is a negative, usually unjustified attitude directed toward people simply because they are mem [..]
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