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18 Cards in this Set

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group with lesser access to the prerequisites of society
prejudgment on the basis of stereotypes and hearsay, plus the refusal to credit evidence that conflicts with prejedgment
action that treats like individuals differently on the vasis of some arbitrary characteristic
money received from all sources
money received from labor market activities
paying equally productive workers different wages on the basis of some arbitrary characteristic
wage discrimination
not hiring certain workers on the basis of some arbitrary characteristic
employment discrimination
not hiring certain workers on the basis of some arbitrary characteristic
employment discrimination
ng some groups of workers for particular jobs, resulting, for example, in men's jobs and women's jobs or black jobs and white jobs
occupational discrimination
anything that prevents certain groups from acquiring the level or quality of education to which other groups have access
human capital discrimination
Gary Becker's theory of discrimination as the result of prejudice and "psychic costs"
"taste for discrimination" model
judging an individual on the average characteristics of his or her group
statistical discrimination
crowding some groups of workers into a limited number of jobs
occupational crowding
lending institutions' refusal to make loans on property in areas dominated by minorities
mandated program to provide equal access to labor markets
affirmative action
rigid numerical requirement in hiring
hiring minorities to comply with law, not for their abilities
discrimination against white males
reverse discrimination