All three words are often used interchangeably. Misuse and overuse obscure issues and make them difficult to address.
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I really like this too dashing. May I lift out quotes for my hub referencing your comments?
Thank you for commenting midget!
Thank you Attikos! I'm in the midst of writing a hub and got definitions from Psychology Today. You must be in Human Resources. Understanding those differences can facilitate a good discussion if we let it.
May I quote you and give credit on my hu
Of course you may, dianetrotter. I'm just a lowly freelance writer, by the way, not an HR demigod holding the lives of others in his hands.
That does make a lot of sense, they do all relate to hate.
I'd hazard a guess you're prejudiced against people who haven't bathed in two weeks, and that you discriminate against them by staying as far away as you can. I sure do. Does that mean you hate them?
Thank you Michele Travis, as for the question Attikos have chosen to ask, However your using prejudice, discrimination, and racism doesn't fit into the category of likes and dislikes. So, therefore there's not enough grounds to even consider a debate
This isn't a debate. It's more a matter of clarification of commonly misunderstood terms. Or, rather, it's an attempt to clarify them, not necessarily a successful one.