implies a variety of differences contained within a larger society
a group of human beings distinguishable from other groups by mutual interests, characteristic relationships, shared institutions and a common culture
a set of learned beliefs, values and behaviors the way of life shared by the members of a society
indicates identification with a particular group which is often descended from common ancestors. Members of the group share common cultural traits (such as language,religion, and dress)
generally refers to a group that does not form a majority of the total population, or while not necessarily a numerical minority, is disadvantaged or otherwise has less power (whether political or economic) than a dominant group.
a preconceived outlook – can be favorable or unfavorable
to make a negative distinction against a person or group not according to their actual merit but upon a group or personal bias.
often refers to a specific racial, religious, and/or cultural group forced to withdraw from the general society.
A group of people having common rights and privileges, and/or common interests, civil, political, etc. and living under the same laws and regulations
anattempt to identify and describe people – can be good or bad
passing judgment prematurely – usually refers to forming unfavorable attitudes or opinions without reason or knowledge.