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J. Atsu Amegashie
''Socially-Tolerable Discrimination''
( 2008, Vol. 28 No.5 )
History is replete with overt discrimination of various forms. However, these forms of discrimination are not equally tolerable. For example, discrimination based on immutable or prohibitively unalterable characteristics such as race or gender is much less acceptable. Why? I develop a simple model of conflict which is driven by either racial (gender) discrimination or generational discrimination (i.e., young versus old). I show that there exist parameters of the model where racial (gender) discrimination leads to conflict but generational discrimination does not.
Manuscript Received : Apr 07 2008 Manuscript Accepted : Apr 07 2008

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