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Chelsy Sortland Discrimination Discrimination Defined Types of Discrimination "The denial of opportunities and equal rights to individuals and groups based on group membership." Professor Tsunokai
"Discrimination is an action that treats people unfairly because of their membership in a particular social group. Discriminatory behaviors take many forms, but they all involve some form of exclusion or rejection. " CyberSchoolbus.com
"The treatment of a person or particular group of people differently, in a way that is worse than the way people are usually treated."
Cambridge.org 5 Levels of Discrimination Verbal expression: Hurtful words that you say.
Avoidance: Avoiding people you are discriminating against.
Exclusion: Purposefully leaving people out because of their race, religion, etc
Physical abuse: Hurting people because of their race religion, sexual orientation, etc.
Extermination: Killing people because of their race, religion, sexual orientation, etc Isolate discrimination: Harmful action by an individual without support of other members of the larger group.
Small-group discrimination: Harmful action by a small number of individuals acting in concert against a subordinate group, without support from members of society.
Direct institutionalized discrimination: Organizationally prescribed or community prescribed action that have negative impacts on minority groups. Written rules of how we run society.
Indirect institutionalized discrimination: Organizationally prescribed or community-prescribed norms or regulations (no intent to harm) have negative impacts on minority groups. Our Definition When our beliefs get in the way of treating people associated with different groups and/or stereotypes equally.