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Romanian gypsies

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  • mister alminar comenius my people were enslaved by the Romanian government more than four hundred yeras,the roma people worked the metals in Romania,the roma people made the bricks for your homes,our womans were raped by your high-class masters and now you make this comparison.Your romanians fellows are very whyte?but your heart is black!
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  • 1. Romanian Gypsies 19/05/11
  • 2. How do the Spanish see at Romanians? 19/05/11 In Spain, Spanish people are racist on the Gypsies Romanian theme. Romanians earn less than the other people, without any particular reason. They usually tend to live on the streets or abandoned houses.
  • 3. 19/05/11 Comparison <ul><li>Romanian </li></ul><ul><li>Romanian gypsies </li></ul>
  • 4. Racial discrimination 19/05/11 <ul><li>Racial discrimination refers to the separation of people through a process of social division into categories not necessarily related to races for purposes of differential treatment. Racial segregation policies may officialize it, but it is also often exerted without being legalized. Researchers, including Dean Karlan and Marianne Bertrand, at the MIT and the University of Chicago found in a 2003 study that there was widespread discrimination in the workplace against job applicants whose names were merely perceived as &quot;sounding black&quot;. These applicants were 50% less likely than candidates perceived as having &quot;white-sounding names&quot; to receive callbacks for interviews. In contrast, institutions and courts have upheld discrimination against whites when it is done to promote a diverse work or educational environment, even when it was shown to be to the detriment of qualified applicants. The researchers view these results as strong evidence of unconscious biases rooted in the United States' long history of discrimination . </li></ul>
  • 5. Xenophobia 19/05/11 <ul><li>Xenophobia can manifest itself in many ways involving the relations and perceptions of an in-group towards an out group, including a fear of losing identity, suspicion of its activities, aggression, and desire to eliminate its presence to secure a presumed purity. Xenophobia can also be exhibited in the form of an &quot;uncritical exaltation of another culture&quot; in which a culture is ascribed &quot;an unreal, stereotyped and exotic quality&quot;. </li></ul>

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