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09:36 Oct 17, 2002
Spanish to English translations [PRO] Law/Patents
Spanish term or phrase:grupo social determinado
el trato diferencial a individuos a quienes se considera como pertenecientes a un grupo social deteminado
Explanation: Appearances solidify your commitment to a group. Many people will talk about how you shouldn't judge people based on appearance or stereotype.
While this is true to an extent, your appearance is crucial to association with a particular group.
Are there individual factors besides belonging to a certain geographic or social group that account for variation among speakers and graded judgments – such as, say, working meomory capacity, intelligence, reading span?