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The general concepts of stereotypes, scapegoats, prejudices, and discrimination are explored in a manner which will enable students to understand behavior and to condemn such behavior which is inappropriate in a modern, pluralistic society. Stereotyping often results from, and leads to, prejudice and bigotry. Unchecked prejudice and bigotry leads to discrimination, violence, and, in extreme cases, genocide. Prejudice can be spread by the use of propaganda and inflamed by demagogues. Language, particularly slang, is often used to dehumanize members of certain groups of people, and this dehumanization is a precursor of discrimination, isolation, and violence.
The Holocaust was the destruction of European Jewry by the Nazis through an officially sanctioned, government-ordered, systematic plan of mass annihilation.
A “stereotype” is a generalization about a person or group of persons.
Genocide: the deliberate and systematic extermination of a group of people is the ultimate expression of human hatred.
When we judge people and groups based on our prejudices and stereotypes and treat them differently, we are engaging in discrimination. We may create subtle or overt pressures which will discourage persons of certain minority groups from living in a neighborhood.
Women and minorities have been victimized by discrimination in employment, education, and social services.
Virtually all scientists accept the fact that there is no credible scientific evidence that one race is culturally or psychologically different from any other, or that one race is superior to another.
Past studies which reached conclusions other than that have been found to be seriously flawed in their methodology or inherently biased.
It is only when these attitudes and behaviors are manifested in the extreme that genocide can occur.