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Are These Kids Yours, and Who's Their Daddy?

Cheryl Green (Southern Connecticut State University School of Nursing, USA)

Social Justice Case Studies

ISBN: 978-1-80455-747-1, eISBN: 978-1-80455-746-4

Publication date: 9 February 2023


Stereotypes make assumptions that are often not rooted in truth. The illusions of the discriminatory mind can easily impact logical discernment. Illusions of minds that discriminate reference societal expectations about others that are incorrect. False beliefs about who is more likely to have more children, be dishonest, carry a weapon, be unemployed, desecrate communities and neighborhoods, or exhibit violent behaviors toward others persist because of stereotypes. Stereotypes do not align with the concept of social justice. Hence, the expectation of maintaining a standard of social justice within organizations must include the integration of forums on stereotype impact.


Green, C. (2023), "Are These Kids Yours, and Who's Their Daddy?", Social Justice Case Studies, Emerald Publishing Limited, Leeds, pp. 115-122.



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