1. Primary Statement
    • Unconsciously, everyone tend to have a bias towards people that are different than us.
  2. Secondary Statement
    • Although we do not realize it, it affects how we see, perceive, and interact with people around us.
  3. Tertiary Statement
    • As a result of this unconscious bias, we commit micro-aggressions towards other people, specially minorities.
  4. Supporting Statement
    • Unconscious bias can be the reason for small, to large scale issues. Police tendencies against a certain group, as well as wage inequalities and uncomfortable office environment can be attributed to it.
  5. Concluding Statement
    • Unconscious bias affects most people in a way so subtle it goes unnoticed, yet has repercussions so dangerous that can lead to the death of people.
      • Edits:
      • (addressing?)
      • (account on it)
      • (narrow down to specific instances)

 

 

Thesis 2.0

 

  1. Primary Statement
    • Unconsciously, everyone tend to have a bias towards people that are different than us.
  2. Secondary Statement
    • Although we do not realize it, it affects how we see, perceive, and interact with people around us.
  3. Tertiary Statement
    • As a result of this unconscious bias, we commit micro-aggressions towards other people, specially minorities.
  4. Supporting Statement
    • Unconscious bias can be the reason for small, to large scale issues. Police tendencies against a certain group, as well as wage inequalities and uncomfortable office environment can be attributed to it.
  5. Concluding Statement
    • We all have unconscious bias towards certain types of people. This affects the way we treat the people that we have contact with, but also the way they feel about us. These bias can be perceived by the decoration of offices, and spaces, which may lead to micro aggression, and feelings of rejection towards certain groups of people.
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