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Tier 2 terms week 7


Culture the values, beliefs, attitudes, languages, symbols, rituals, behaviors and customs of a unique group of people that is passed from one generation to the next.
Ethnicity a classification of people based on national origin and/or culture.
Race a classification of people based on physical or biological characteristics such as skin, hair, facial features, etc.
Cultural diversity differences based on culture, ethnicity, and race.
Cultural assimilation the absorption of many cultures into the dominant culture. U.S. is often called a "melting pot".
Aculturation the process of learning the beliefs and behaviors of a dominant culture
Sensitivity the ability to recognize and appreciate the personal characteristics of others.
Prejudice to pre-judge. a strong feeling or belief about a person of subject without reviewing the facts or information.
Stereotyping the process of assuming everyone in a particular group is the same.
Bias a preference that inhibits or prevents impartial judgment.
Ethnocentric a belief in the supremacy of one own ethic group.
Created by: bgoulding