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Discrimination Law

LAWS3412 - Discrimination and the Law

88 Pages 1 Student Found this helpful University of New South Wales Complete Study Notes Year: Pre-2017

Humans are inclined to form prejudices as a result of our natural tendency to form generalisations, concepts and categories whose content represents an oversimplification of the world. More particularly, the classification of people into prejudged groups is somewhat necessary as it allows us to quickly identify a related object. However, these prejudgments can be negative and positive and become prejudices only if they do not change when exposed to new knowledge and is actively resistant to all information that threatens to unseat it.

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