“And he didn’t mince his words when it comes to the force’s detractors.”
Douglas Quan, Postmedia News, “RCMP audit shows gender bias”, The Windsor Star, Wednesday, November 21, 2012.
Define “bias” and “prejudice” and explain the correct use of each word.
Create sentences that use “bias” and “prejudice” correctly.
BONUS: Refer to the example above and decide which word, “bias” or “prejudice”, should be used.
PHENOMENAL DEPTH IN THIS
Identify the author of the following observation.
“An honest man can feel no pleasure in the exercise of power over his fellow citizens.”
The word for today is “chauvinism”.
What part of speech is “chauvinism”?
Give a full definition of “chauvinism” and use it in a sentence that demonstrates that meaning.