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Calling the group "poor creatures" is an example of A. stereotyping. B. critical thinking. C. religious bias. D. discrimination.
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User: Calling the group "poor creatures" is an example of A. stereotyping. B. critical thinking. C. religious bias. D. discrimination.

Weegy: Calling the group "poor creatures" is an example of A. stereotyping. B. critical thinking. C. religious bias. [ ]


User: Who would be the BEST choice for interviewing if the purpose is to find information on how to be a Hollywood star? A. a casting director B. a member of the writers' guild C. a famous child star D. a chairman of a movie production studio

Weegy: D. a chairman of a movie production studio
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User: Why is it important to be mindful of your own perspective, beliefs, and bias when conducting an interview? A. The questions asked and information gained should be balanced to get the type of information needed. B. The interviewer may make the interviewee angry if sensitive subjects are addressed. C. The questions asked and information gained should not be tainted by the interviewer's own agenda. D. The interviewer may have researched background information on the interviewee that was false.

Weegy: B. The interviewer may make the interviewee angry if sensitive subjects are addressed.
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User: One critical thinking skill used in the informative interview process is A. identifying assumptions. B. criticizing statements. C. showing emotions. D. active listening.

Weegy: A.identifying assumptions.
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User: Which of the following is NOT necessary during the interview process? A. managing the time B. asking a leading question C. asking factual and open-ended questions D. providing your contact information to the interviewee

Weegy: Providing your contact information to the interviewee is NOT necessary during the interview process.
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