How did inter-generational tensions, household dynamics, and/or family networks contribute to the expansion of Christianity in the Roman Empire?
dice is an evil, fearful thing. Prejudice is when you make a preconceived opinion on someone, based not on actual experience or reason. Prejudice is extremely common today and people are being prejudice without even realising. An example of prejudice is if a black man walked into a store, grabbed an item and went to pay for the item, but the cashier said “Sorry, we cannot serve people like you here”. This is a perfect example of prejudice, the cashier is not serving the person, even though they do not know the person, and are just using information they have been taught from other people, that they shouldn’t serve black people. Today I will be talking to you about 3 pieces that relate back to prejudice. Prejudice itself is best shown and explained in the book “To Kill A Mockingbird”, Prejudice is depicted through the use of plot, characters, themes and details. Prejudice can be seen in “To Kill a Mockingbird” through the use of characters, an example of this is during the court case, People were judged and discriminated from knowledge they have about black’s or whites, or what they were taught from their parents or people they hang around. Another great example of Prejudice in “To Kill A Mockingbird” is when Scout, Jem and Dill dare each other to touch Boo Radley’s house, Boo Radley was a man that stayed inside of his house for very long periods of time and did not like to socialise, going out only when having to get groceries or go shopping. People also believe that Boo Radley stabbed his father with a pair of scissors in his leg. This example is showing that people are judging Boo Radley from stories they have heard from him and without even seeing the man. These two examples prove that Prejudice is in every bit of the book, whether the use of Prejudice is related to race, sex, gender or social class.>GET ANSWER