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Most folks have implicit biases: they evaluation social teams in ways in which they're subconscious of or can't keep watch over, and which could run counter to their wide awake ideals and values. This quantity explores the topics of ethical accountability in implicit bias, structural injustice in society, and methods for implicit perspective change.

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