Racism and Prejudice
1. Introduction
a. Statement of problem
b. Scope of the study
c. Significance of the study
2. Definition of Prejudice
a. Definition of the social stereotypes and prejudice
b. Importance of their study
c. Different views of prejudice
3. Main Characteristics of Prejudice
a. Influence of prejudice on society
b. The main conclusions about stereotypes
c. Specifics of prejudice
d. Discrimination
4. Racism
a. Definition of racism
b. Influence of racism on society
c. Different views of racism
5. Conclusion
Before embarking on the consideration of manifestation or demonstration of social prejudice and racism, it is necessary to consider the extent to which this issue is relevant in today's society. The matter is that in the modern world, unfortunately, there are many manifestations of so-called intolerance. This is related to the reality called prejudice. Of course, this relationship is not strictly of causal nature, but, nevertheless, it is clear that there is a certain relationship. Such phenomena as racism, sexism, ageism are, in fact, merely symptoms of deeper factors such as social stereotypes and prejudices.
            By studying prejudice, we learn the root of the scourge of racism, sexism, ageism according to Ronnie Priest. The fact is that social stereotypes and prejudices wittingly or unwittingly manage the actions of people. Social stereotypes and prejudices at the heart of the assumedly discriminatory conduct, which concerns all of the racism, sexism and ageism.
There is no doubt that in a society filled with different interests, competing groups, and so on, it is necessary to just somehow save the world and possibly to establish harmony. The study of social stereotypes from the perspective of their relationship with discriminating behavior is an extremely important task.
Define what exactly are social stereotypes and prejudices. This is important, since terms such as stereotype, prejudice,...