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emanating from a person's emotions and prejudices

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being biased or having a belief or attitude formed beforehand

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Prejudiced attitudes, group norms, and discriminatory behaviour.
Some Catholics are prejudiced against Protestants; some Protestants are prejudiced against Catholics.
Mosher and Scodel (1960) found a positive relationship between white children's and mothers' racially prejudiced attitudes (fathers' attitudes were not assessed).
6303 on the single-member owner who actually received the notice and was not prejudiced by the Service's error.
London, May 25 ( ANI ): Britain's biggest exam board has been slammed by ministers after pupils were asked to explain "why some people are prejudiced against Jews" as part of a GCSE exam.
Whichever way you look at prejudice, it involves lack of thought, judgment and care as to the harm that prejudiced words and actions can cause to individuals or to particular groups of people.
But Matsch ruled Friday that McVeigh would be prejudiced at a joint trial even by admitting just these three statements because he would have no opportunity to cross-examine Nichols, who is protected by the Fifth Amendment from having to testify at his own trial.
Moreover, plaintiffs believe that the Class will not be prejudiced, as the statute of limitations has not run, and no members of the Class are barred from pursuing their own individual claims against defendants or renewing the class action if they so choose.
Washington, Oct 4 (ANI): Racial prejudice could be fought simply by having a person mimic the movements of a member of the race he or she is prejudiced against, according to a new study.
Indeed with some people you must question whether they really do realise that their words and actions are prejudiced.
The mission is to educate adults on methods to reduce or prevent the development of prejudiced attitudes in young children through a series of free educational events for children, teens, educators and community leaders.
The researchers found that wage gaps vary significantly according to the level of prejudice reported by the least prejudiced people in each state.
The chances, however, are overwhelming that we grow up as objective or as prejudiced as the environment we lived in, as objective or as prejudiced as the people and events who were dominant in our young lives.
Democrats toward Republicans and vice versa), and it does not mean one is prejudiced, only uneasy around members of these out groups.
In 2001, 25 per cent of people said they were "very" or "a little" racially prejudiced.