iloveh1tler18 karma2016-09-30 16:50:03 UTC
What is implicit bias?
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iloveh1tler17 karma2016-09-30 17:03:55 UTC
Ok. Thanks for the answer. Breaking down what you said a bit, (feel free to correct me if I'm wrong) it appears that another way to view implicit bias would be a sort of filter we see the world through - ones worldview. This would be developed on personal experiences that one accumulates over time. Does this sound right?
iloveh1tler5 karma2016-09-30 17:16:39 UTC
Neat! What book would that be?
It is always helpful to either expand ones worldview or try to view the world through another. Do you have any recommendations for anyone that is looking to expand their worldview or trying to view the world through another?
Personally I have found reading helps a lot with this. Historical articles, journals, stuff where you can study people. Do you think this is a good way to go?
iloveh1tler5 karma2016-09-30 17:49:53 UTC
That handout is an interesting read for sure. Would you happen to have any handouts like this that cover privileges others have (red and yellow black and white etc.)? I'm really interested in seeing them.
The book looks like a good read, I'll be sure to check it out.
iloveh1tler3 karma2016-09-30 18:16:29 UTC
This is helpful, but I was hoping for something more like the first link you had that was relevant in the same scope applied elsewhere. Does anything like that exist? Or is something like that in the works by any chance? I really am interested in seeing the full scope of privilege in a neat list like that first one you provided.
On a side note, I have found that the black-white dichotomy is a very good starting point. There differences between the two that make them unique are staggering, and can really open the mind to how people are different, and would view and interact in the world differently.
EDIT: I'm sorry, but I do not see a link to the buzzfeed vid. Try again?
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