A) Stereotype- to follow a stereotype in thinking about a person, group, etc. – A way of thinking about a person, group, etc. that follows a fixed, common pattern, paying no attention to individual differences. B) Culture-the ideas, customs, skills, arts, etc. of a people or group, that are transferred, communicated, or passed along, as in or to succeeding generations – such ideas, customs, etc. of a particular people or group in a particular period; civilization -the particular people or group having such ideas, customs, etc.
C) Tradition-the handing down orally of stories, beliefs, customs, etc. from generation to generation – a story, belief, custom, proverb, etc. handed down this way – a long-established custom or practice that has the effect of an unwritten law; specif. , any of the usages of a school of art or literature handed down through the generations, and generally observed.
D) Values-the social principles, goals, or standards held or accepted by an individual, class, society, etc. E) Assimilate-to absorb (groups of different cultures) into the main cultural body. F) Bi cultural-of or combining two distinct cultures in a single region) Bias-to cause to have a bias; influence; prejudice H) Prejudice-suspicion, intolerance, or irrational hatred of other races, creeds, regions, occupations, etc. I) Trustee- a person to whom another’s property or the management of another’s property is entrusted J) – Cultural Conflict- a conflict between two cultures leading to wars, segregation, etc. K) Jim Crow Laws- (or segregation laws), name given to former laws of Southern states of U. S.
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providing for separation of black and white people in streetcars, trains, schools, and theaters; Jim Crow is thought to be an old nickname for a black American, popularized in a song.