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Which of the following is an unjustified negative feeling directed at a person or groups? (Points : 5) Discrimination Prejudice Sarcasm Stereotype
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User: Which of the following is an unjustified negative feeling directed at a person or groups? (Points : 5) Discrimination Prejudice Sarcasm Stereotype

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PREJUDICE is an unjustified negative feeling directed at a person or groups. (Prejudice is a feeling; discrimination is an action)
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