Being prejudice is bad; you look at others wrong.
Because its a learned behavior that can go both ways.
prejudice is bad because it is often harmful and no person deserves to be treated in such way.
Prejudice is never a good thing. Having preconcieved ideas as to who a person is without knowing anything about them is just not the way things should be, to dislike someone on the basis of race, nationality, age, or gender is illogical.
Prejudice about a thing means telling that it will surely happen. assumption about a thing means that it may happen.
Prejudice is wrong because people don't deserve to be treated in a bad manner or deserve to be harmed verbally.
Prejudice is prejudice. Whatever form it touches you; it is equally as bad as whatever form it touches another person. Prejudice has no 'degrees' of medium, good, bad, terrible, or worse. At the same time, some prejudice can be ignored. For example: I'm one of Jehovah's Witnesses, the brunt of religious prejudice. We're constantly called a 'cult'. We're viewed as anti-Christian for not celebrating Christmas, birthdays; for not believing in the trinity; for not believing in eternal torment. But NONE of that prejudice bothers us. We hold our heads up, and just keep knocking on them doors.
It can lead into racism a bad behaviors -ME
No, they are opposites.
Yes. They can mean the same thing.
None of the above. Autism is not good, it's not bad, it just is - being Autistic is thus not good or bad either. Being Autistic (we do not 'have' autism) depends on the individual, some people have more severe symptoms than others and some face more prejudice or abuse than others. It's just like being neurotypical - not good, not bad, it just is.
The word classism means the prejudice or discrimination against those who are poor or rich. Classism is a very bad thing and companies and the government generally cannot engage in classism.