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Тел.: (555)555 - 5555 Religion can help people with everyday problems Пояснительная подпись под рисунком. Berbeshkina T.I. 2016 Religion can help people with Diversity - the state or quality of being different or varied. Nation - a community of persons not constituting a state but bound by common descent, language, history, etc. Nationality – 1) a body of people sharing common descent, history, language, etc.; a nation; 2) a national group. Equality - the state of being equal. Ethnic group – 1) a human group having racial, religious, linguistic, and certain other traits In common; 2) relating to the clas sification of mankind into groups, esp. on the basis of racial characteristics. Racism – 1) the belief that races have distinctive cultural characteristics determined by hereditary factors and that this endows some races with an intr insic superiority over others; Discrimination - unfair treatment of a person, racial group, minority, etc.; action based on prejudice. Prejudice – 1) an opinion formed beforehand, esp. an unfavourable one based on inadequate facts; intolerance of or dislike for people of a specific race, religion, etc. Stereotype – (in sociology) a set of inaccurate, simplistic generalizations about a group that allows others to categorize them and treat them accordingly. All people believe in one thing. Our beliefs very much depend on our character, background and experience. A great number of people might call themselves fatalists: they believe that all events in our lives are predetermined by fate and therefore cannot be al tered. Meanwhile their opponents are sure to say that people themselves make their choices and decisions and are responsible Our beliefs are various, that ’ s why a civilized modern man treats other people ’ s beliefs with respect, rejecting only those, which are immoral or lead to illegal action. Definitions: Identity - 1) the state of having unique identifying characteristics held by no other person or thing; the individual characteristics by which a person or thing is recognized. All Different – All Equal