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Title: Vocabulary 1


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Vocabulary 1
  • 1.0 Word Analysis
  • English 9
  • Night
  • Prereading Vocab

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  1. Anti-Semitism n. discrimination (strong dislike)
    against or prejudice or hostility toward Jews.
  2. Ethnic adj. of or relating to a group of people
    that share things in common like race, religious
    beliefs, cultural background.
  3. Ethnic Cleansing n. the killing of an unwanted
    ethnic group or groups from a society, as by
    genocide or forced immigration.

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  • 4. Ethnocentrism n. the belief that you are
    better than others who are different from you (in
    race, religion, culture, nationality, etc.)
  • 5. Genocide n. the purposeful and systematic
    (planned) killing of a whole national, racial,
    political, or cultural group.
  • 6. holocaust n. the mass killing of people
    Holocaustthe European mass killing of Jews
    during WWII. (capitalize to show the difference)

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  • 7. Intolerance n. unwillingness/refusal to
    accept or respect different opinions or beliefs,
    persons of different races or backgrounds.
  • 8. Prejudice n. a strong dislike or opinion
    about something (person, group, etc.)
  • 9. Propaganda n. information, ideas, or rumors
    spread widely to help or harm a person, group,
    movement, nation, etc

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  • 10. Refugee n. a person who is homeless and runs
    for safety sometimes to another country seeking
    political protection during war, etc.
  • 11. Rhetoric n. language used to persuade or
    convince people
  • 12. Scapegoat n. person(s) unfairly blamed for
    something they did not do
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