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افتراضي Affirmative Action Comprehensive Writing Model-9
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employers are forced to find the best minority, rather than the person most qualified for the job. For example, a policy was adopted by Duke University in 1993 that required each department at the university to hire at least one new African-American for a faculty position (Rosenfeld 143). So if some of these African Americans were unqualified, then that backs up the views of these people.

Many times, whites argue that companies are forced to hire unqualified individuals because of quotas. To them, when a business's quota is not filled it is forced to find jobs for women and minorities, which is also decreases a company's profit. If an employee is thought to be not as qualified as his or her co-worker, it may create tension and frustration between them, in turn creating another complication.
Another reason it is imperative in their minds to abolish the practice of affirmative action is, that it often initiates problems for the minorities it originally intended to help. This is apparent in the work place as well as in colleges and universities. The first problem affirmative action establishes for minorities is that it places a stigma on groups who benefit from affirmative action, especially those who actually earn their position because they are qualified for it. Consider an employer who hires a member of a minority group on the basis of merit alone. Many employees automatically assume that the individual's appointment resulted from affirmative action. Thus, any employee who does benefit from affirmative action bears the brand of "not being the best pick, but only the best pick from a limited group (Peters xxiii)." The second problem it creates for minorities in the workplace is the loss of spirit and vitality for their jobs. If workers feel that the sole reason they are employed is to fill a quota, they may lack pride in their jobs, which then makes their performance falter. In addition, minority’s problems due to affirmative action are not exclusive to the work place. Many college and university minority students also experience the bitter-sweetness of affirmative action. At colleges in North Carolina, black students recently stated that they were treated like affirmative action cases even though they were not. Professors, seeking to help, asked them if they needed tutoring or other assistance, already assuming the black students' lack of qualifications (Rosenfeld 302). This shows the attitude of the professors, saying that the students cannot work on their own.
An additional argument that affirmative action should be stopped is the issue of reverse discrimination. Some say that affirmative action uses favoritism to solve the problem of past wrongdoings. Discrimination against whites, particularly males, is just as wrong as unfairness against minorities. As are many problems with affirmative action, reverse discrimination is present in both the workplace and in institutions of higher education. Reverse prejudice in the work place is associated with white males. White male job applicants that claim that they are qualified to receive a job are often, in their view, discarded for under-qualified minorities because of quotas set forth by affirmative action. To whites this act is extremely unfair to white males and for them, it is a pure form of discrimination.
Affirmative action is practiced in many areas of our society in addition to leveling the playing field for people of color. “There are hiring and recruiting preferences for veterans, women, the children of alumni of many universities (Americans 3).” The main basis of affirmative action is to level the playing field. In doing so, you have qualified people, not qualified whites or blacks, just people filling the jobs. Minorities and women feel that it is not fair to be treated unequally for the same work and time put into their careers. The majority of white Americans mistakenly believe that the average black American is
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