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Many people believe that stereotypes and discrimination displayed by the young people in our society today is significantly less common than it had been in past generations. What are your thoughts about this?

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This solution briefly discusses the differences in stereotyping and discriminatory behavior among youth today and in the past and seeks to explain why youth today are more tolerant of racial and sexual diversity. Additionally, among certain areas, youth have become more discriminatory. Two references are included.

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In my opinion, the young people today are less discriminatory today than past generations because of the mixture of cultures and races that now reside in the United States. Society in general has developed an attitude of being intolerant of discrimination, stereotyping, and prejudices as a whole (1).

Youth today are becoming more ...

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