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bias
n: tendency to see things from a slanted or prejudiced viewpoint
confirm
v: to prove or establish as true
contradict
v: to deny or go against a viewpoint
doubtful
adj: not likely, open to challenge
evidence
n: proof
factual
adj: based on or limited to fact
fantasy
n: product of the imagination or make-believe
illogical
adj:contrary or oposed to fact
investigate
v: search, look for
objective
adj: open-minded, not influenced by personal feelings or prejudice
observation
n: statement, point of view
opinion
n: personal veiw or attitude
persuade
v: convince, bring around to one's way of thinking
prove
v: show or demonstrate
theory
n: idea based on gathered information or evidence
argument
n: oral disagreement
compromise
n: the setting of differences in a way that allows both sides to feel satisfied
injury
n: harm or damage to a person
insecurity
n: lack of confidence: self-doubt
interact
v: act together with others
irritate
v: anger or annoy
mislead
v: give a wrong idea, deceive
negotiate
v: bargain or deal with another party to reach a settlement
oppose
v: go against; stand in the way of
reaction
n: response to an influence, an action, or a statement
solution
n: act of solving a problem or answering a question
stalement
n: standoff; outcome of conflict where no one wins
victorious
adj: having won; triumphant
viewpoint
n: position regarding an idea or statement
violence
n: the result of the use of physical force, often causing injury
accumulate
v: collect; gather
challenge
v: call into question; demand proof of
decision
n: choice; making up one's mind
development
n; event; happening; outcome
discrimination
n: ability to see differences between objects or ideas
explanation
n: act of giving meaning to an idea or concept
exploration
n: act of looking into or examining closely
factor
n: any of the circumstances that lead to a result
global
adj: large-scale; worldwide
inequality
n: state of being unfair or not being treated equally
quality
n: characteristic or feature
quantity
n: amount
reveal
v: make known; uncover
statistics
n: numerical factos or data
valuable
adj: having worth or importance
benefit
n: advantage or positive result
connection
n: link; tie; relationship
cultural
adj: relating to the custions and beliefs of a group
experience
n: fact of having lived through an event
express
v: put into words
feedback
n: response to something you have said or done
individuality
n: characteristics that set a person or thing apart from others
inform
v: tell; give information or knowledge
meaningful
adj: having significance or purpose
media
n: sources of collected information about current events, including newpapers and television
misunderstood
v: misinterpret; fail to understand
relevant
adj: connected to the topic being discussed
sensory
adj: having to do with the senses
signficance
n: importance
valid
adj: true; backed by evidence
assumption
n: an idea you accept as true without proof
class
n: group of people or objects
common
adj: ordinary or expected
discriminate
v: see the difference between; tell apart; also, treat one group unfairly
divide
v: separate
generalization
n: a broad idea that applies to many specific things
identify
v: recognize as being
judge
v: form an opinion about; decide
represent
v: stand for; spreak for
separate
v: set apart
superficial
adj: of the surface; without depth; without meaning
sympathy
n: feeling for another person; pity
tolerance
n: freedom from prejudice; acceptance of the views of others
unify
v: bring together
admirably
adv: in a way deserving of praise
aspects
n: ways an idea or problme may viewed or seen
bravery
n: ability to face danger or a challenge with a calm mind
courage
n: ability to face danger or a challenge with a calm mind
cultural
adj: relating to the customs and beliefs of a group
emphasize
v: stress; give one idea more importance than others
endure
v: last; survive difficulties; hold up under
exaggerate
v: speak of something as being greater or more important than it is
imitate
v: copy; follow the example of
influence
v: affect others' views, habits, plans, and so on
outdated
adj: behind the times; no longer popular
overcome
v: conquer or get beyond a difficulty or setback
suffering
n: experiencing pain or injury
symbolize
v: stand for; take the place of and signify an idea