Prejudice, Discrimination, Power, and Privilege

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Instructions:
This week you will continue to work on the topic of choice to continue to progress toward your Cultural Perspectives final paper. Choosing one of the diversity-related topics selected in Week 3 (or a new topic), explain discrimination, power, or privileges associated with each group impacted by the situation or dilemma.
For this paper, discuss the following:
Cultural DIversity in the workplace
1. Describe the diversity situation or cultural dilemma and the cultural groups impacted by this topic.
2. What types of power or privilege does each group possess? In what ways are members of each group aware (or not aware) of their power or privilege?
3. What types of prejudice or discrimination apply to each group? Is the discrimination or prejudice overt or covert?
4. How do these (prejudice, discriminations, power or privileges) impact each group’s access to goods, services, positions of power, education, or other societal structures?

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