There are multiple kinds of prejudice including racism sexism ageism sexual prejudice and weight prejudice to name a few (Nelson 2009). As people become aware of stereotyping there is an increased awareness of the relationship between stereotyping and prejudice. Researchers often distinguish between implicit/subtle prejudice and explicit/blatant prejudice. This distinction refers to how prejudice is activated cognitively and manifested in the individual. Sometimes prejudice is unconscious and can be triggered by certain stimuli. This is considered a subtle prejudice. Other times people have conscious awareness of prejudice which results in a blatant behavioral display (Crisp & Turner 2007).The Assignment (57 pages)Submit by Day 7.Support your Assignment with specific references to all resources used in its preparation. You are to provide a reference list for all resources including those in the Learning Resources for this course.Reference:Nelson T. D. (Ed.). (2009). Handbook of prejudice stereotyping and discrimination. New York NY: Psychology Press Taylor and Francis Group.