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the act or an instance of distinguishing

the ability to distinguish, especially to recognize small differences or draw fine distinctions

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The report was frank in its approach, pointing out that many of the current medical difficulties faced by the LGBT community (and problems faced by researchers of that community) were brought about by social stigmatization in part created by the medical profession itself, which provided ostensible scientific rationales for social prejudice and punitive legislation and attempted to "cure" so-called sexual deviants through methods ranging from psychotherapy to shock treatments to castration and lobotomy.
through which Eisner examines the complexity of social prejudice in
Pervasive social prejudice leaves victims with little hope of government protection.
Perhaps the real reason players face such hostility for their riches is because of a British social prejudice that frowns on working-class men making money through football.
However, Dalits, adivasis and other backward castes have, for reasons of history and social prejudice, not had the same kind of access to the best schools, colleges, and research institutions.
15(1) involves a "search for indicia of discrimination, such as stereotyping, historical disadvantage or vulnerability to political or social prejudice.
It compels us to express concerns about competitive fairness or resource allocation in the language of safety and efficacy, or to filter arguments about social prejudice and subtle coercion through the lens of cost-benefit analysis.
It would seem that social prejudice is one of the elements alienating the disabled from social life in Turkey.
This can be concluded from the fact that the prejudice scale includes premises based on social prejudice against gays and lesbians; whereas that of social distance contains premises that force the participant to ponder whether certain values they have been taught are actually in agreement with what, they consider to be right and fair.
It argues that gays must not view their sexual orientation as a problem and should respond to religious and social prejudice as other oppressed groups do.
The world of disability theory is divided between those who insist it reflects a physical fact affecting life quality, and those who believe disability is defined by social prejudice, positions often referred to as the medical and social models (Koch 2001).
While it is true that being noticeably short can be an ever-present stressor in the lives of young children and adults, from school playgrounds to corporate boardrooms, the great majority of problems stem from the social prejudice directed against short individuals rather than any inherent problem in being short itself, Frankel concludes.
She leaves behind a country where a large Muslim minority lives isolated from mainstream society, in part because of social prejudice.
Together with Age Positive - a Government initiative to tackle ageism - we want your nominations for individuals and companies trying to stop social prejudice about age.
Of the respondents, more then 85% answered that there should not be social prejudice and discrimination against HIV carriers and AIDS patients, and 71% said that they accept them at their workplace.
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