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Thus, according to this typology, bigots or overtly prejudiced individuals are those who do not accept the social norm of equality, while subtles are those who, despite having accepted that norm, and even identified with it, have not internalized it in such manner that, in a propitious context, it results that they may express prejudiced attitudes (ex: 'to leave intergroup relations as they are').
The same-sex model, based on psychoanalytic identification theory and social modeling, asserts that children are more likely to develop the intolerance, prejudiced attitudes, and beliefs of the same-sex parent than of the opposite-sex parent.
The IRS should send a new CDP notice addressed to the single-member owner, even when the single-member owner actually received a CDP notice addressed to the disregarded LLC and was not prejudiced by the Service's mistake.
The TV programme Big Brother has highlighted how some people are thinkingly or unthinkingly prejudiced.
The study of 3244 people, carried out by NatCen Social Research between June and October last year, found older men in manual jobs were most likely to say they were prejudiced.
Data acquired by the British Social Attitudes Survey (BSA) has revealed that persons who have expressed themselves as have been prejudiced among other races has raised overall since 2001.
If confronted, most people at the base would be puzzled; they don't consider themselves prejudiced.
We are all prejudiced in various ways and sometimes it takes a certain situation to bring it out.
The court held in this case, as another court did in the case I wrote about, that the insurance company was prejudiced by the delay in reporting the claim and could, therefore, deny coverage.
Similarly, Page-Gould and colleagues (2008) showed that experimentally manipulated cross-race friendships led to decreases in anxiety and increases in intergroup interactions among implicitly prejudiced Latinos and Whites.
However, after controlling for religious salience with the TBS, Christians appeared to be significantly more prejudiced than those of no religion.
more racially diverse jury, [so] Williams was actually prejudiced by the