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Unintentional racism is not always determined by whether an individual possesses prejudiced beliefs or attitudes, and it can take many different forms.
However, separate research highlighted the role of teacher expectations, the report said unintentional racism stems from "longstanding social conditioning involving negative images (particularly of black men) which stereotype them as threatening".
This position denies the emotional impact of unintentional racism; it also unfairly shifts the blame on the subject of the offense, thereby abdicating the perpetrator of all culpability.
Overcoming unintentional racism in counseling and therapy; a practitioner's guide to intentional intervention, 2d ed.
John Hamilton, president of the Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland, said unintentional racism was a particular problem.