In this article, Chambers and colleagues hypothesized that, contrary to what some research might indicate, prejudice is not restricted to a particular political ideology. For example, conservatives expressed more prejudice than liberals against groups that were identified as liberal (e.g., African-Americans, homosexuals), but less prejudice against groups identified as conservative (e.g., Christian fundamentalists, business people). From these findings the researchers conclude that prejudices commonly linked with ideology are most likely derived from perceived ideological differences and not from other characteristics like racial tolerance.
I'm not sure if its a real story or not but I found amazing that the old man was a street artist and he would have made a fortune by decorating the walls of Hong Kong with calligraphy. It was a real pity he passed on before he could claim his success and a 'celebrity status. I wonder whether he was happy with his choice of being a street artist although I can se that from his expression on the picture ( assuming that is him ), he is happy and content.
This LibGuide explores the following themes: 1. causes and effects of conflict in a multi-ethnic society (case studies of Northern Ireland and Sri Lanka and 2. challenges in resolving ethnic conflicts.
The ethnic conflict between the Sinhalese and Tamils in Sri Lanka has a history spanning more than 100 years. It began when Sri Lanka was under the British colonial rule, as resentment was created when the Tamil minority was privileged over the Sinhalese for jobs and educational opportunities. The civil war finally came to an end on 18 May 2009, when the Sri Lanka government officially declared that the Tamil Tigers had been defeated.
SLO-based Experts Exchange hosts a global community of more than 100000 The San Luis Obispo Tribune Experts Exchange began in 1996 as a partnership of Cal Poly computer science professor Clint Staley, his friend Dan Gardner, and his former student...
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Today, Experts Exchange is a global community of more than 100,000 subscribers who have access to a database of more than 4 million answered questions. Sixty employees work for the company. The company has averaged 20 percent growth over the past six years and anticipates at least 20 percent growth in 2014. They launched an online community where technology professionals solve problems and network. This shows how they worked hard to realize that it is possible for them to help others by coming up with answers for today's questions.
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