Colour Discrimination

The degree to which one can distinguish subtle differences in colour
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Similarly, subjects of short films were reflecting very important social and environmental problems such as forced marriages, colour discrimination, deforestation and misuse of social media,' Dr Mohammad Ali Shaikh said and added that this sort of work will aware younger generation about core issues of the country.' Dr Mohammad Ali Shaikh also announced that very soon SMIU will organize a National Film Festival at the university, in which students of universities of all provinces will be invited to participate.
It has largely affected the UK Brexit decision and influenced not only the US Presidential elections but recent elections in Italy, Poland and Hungry, giving rise to far-right movement whose agenda is based on colour discrimination and anti-migrant rhetoric.
* Colour discrimination was assessed monocularly by Holmgren wool test, Ishihara plate test, and the Farnsworth-Munsell 100 (FM 100) Hue test under appropriate lighting condition.
(6.) See generally Maureen Mswela & Mebdie Nothling-Slabbert, Colour Discrimination against Persons with Albinism in South Africa, 6 S.
An analysis of such defects has recently been done by Kinnear et al [1], who found colour discrimination among diabetics was poorer than non-diabetic population.
Regarding colour discrimination against persons with albinism:
Washington, July 12 ( ANI ): Prenatal and early childhood exposure to the chemical solvent tetrachloroethylene (PCE) found in drinking water may be associated with long-term visual impairments, particularly in the area of colour discrimination, according to a new study.
The motives to choose CRI, GAI, and FI are that they are concerned with the main aspects of colour appearance that are important to persons, namely, appearance of natural colours, colour discrimination capability, and preference of coloured objects.
If you listen to many commentators, it seems that in just a few decades, due to these major appointments, we've experienced the liberalisation of sex for the good of the world, the equalisation of women in our society and now, with the first black President of the USA, the end of colour discrimination. The past 50 years have been heady times indeed.
Impaired colour discrimination among workers exposed to styrene: relevance of a urinary metabolite Occup Environ Med 52:534-538.
Race and colour discrimination is one of the most important factors of unemployment, and racial income and employment inequalities are a well-established fact of Brazilian life.
Soccer pundit Ron Atkinson will use his recent experience of being branded a racist to investigate colour discrimination.