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Which of the following would Not be considered a form of institutional discrimination?
Institutionalized discrimination refers to the unfair, indirect treatment of an individual embedded in the operating procedures, policies, laws, or objectives of large organizations such as the governments and corporations, financial institutions (banks, investment firms, money markets), public institutions (schools, police forces, healthcare centers), and other larger entities. Usually the bias
targets specific, facile attributes including race, gender, nationality, sexual orientation, and age. Though direct discrimination is legally iniquitous by United States law, many people believe that it exists in some of the social institutions and practices carried out every day. Because of institutionalized discrimination, meritocracy cannot be realized
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