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Individuals are located within a range of social groups whose structural inequalities can result in marginalized identities. Do not refer to pronouns as "preferred pronouns" because this implies a choice about one's gender.

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Chapter 5 of the APA 7 Manual provides guidelines on how to use bias-free language in research papers. Avoid deficit-based language. Disability Names of conditions are more specific than of conditions or general references such as "people with disabilities. Sex: refers to biological sex asment; use when biological distinction of sex asment is predominant. Below is a summary from the manual on how to best practice using bias-free language. Any age: "person," "individual," etc.

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The use of the term "Caucasian" as an alternative to "White" or "European" is discouraged because it originated as a way of classifying White people as a race to be favorably compared with other races. The older term "Oriental" is primarily used to refer to cultural objects and is pejorative when used to refer to people.

Avoid gendered endings such as "man" in occupational titles e. The terms "straight" and "heterosexual" are both acceptable to use when referring to people who are attracted to individuals of another gender. Older adults: "older persons," "older people," "older adults," "older patients," "older individuals," "persons 65 years and older," and "the older population"; combination terms for older age groups "young-old," "old-old," "oldest old" ; contrast older adults with other age groups specifically, such as with decade-specific descriptors "octogenarian," "centenarian".

Avoid the terms "homosexual" and "homosexuality.

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Ethnicity: shared cultural characteristics such as language, ancestry, practices, and beliefs. Overall principle is to maintain the integrity of all individuals as human beings. Use "Black" and "White" instead of "black" and "white. These terms are generally used in an identity-first way.

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Do not label people as "high school dropouts," "being poorly educated," or "having little education. Avoid using broad, pejorative, and generalizing terms, such as "the homeless," "inner-city," "ghetto," "the projects," "poverty stricken," and "welfare reliant. Addresses the multiple dimensions of identity and social systems as they interact with one another and relate to inequality. Terms such as "economically marginalized" and "economically exploited" may be used rather than "underprivileged. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected. Use "male" and "famale" as adjectives.

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This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. The word "Latino" is gendered, the use of the word "Latin " to mean both Latino and Latina is now widely accepted. Race: physical differences that groups and cultures consider socially ificant. Do not use the terms "sexual preference," "sexual identity," or "sexual orientation identity.

When writing about people of Asian ancestry from Asia, the term "Asian" is appropriate. Sexual orientation terms: lesbian, gay, heterosexual, straight, asexual, bisexual, queer, polysexual, and pansexual also called multisexual and omnisexual. It is problematic to group "Asian" and "Asian American" as if they are synonymous. Case: an occurrence of a disorder or illness. Avoid euphemisms that are condescending when describing individuals with disabilities e. Do not assume members of minority groups are underprivileged. Nonparallel deations e.

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The guidelines are based on the concept of intersectionality, which is:. In general, refer to an Indigenous group as a "people" or "nation" rather than as a "tribe. Conceptualized first by the degree to which a person feels sexual and emotional attraction and second as having a direction.

Gender: refers to attitudes, feelings, and behaviors that a given culture associates with a person's biological sex; use when referring to people as social groups. Person-first language: emphasize person, not individual's disabling or chronic condition e. When referring to all human beings, avoid terms like "man" or "mankind. Because people are unique, many identities are possible. Do not use "senile. Instead of writing about an "achievement gap," write about an "opportunity gap. Racial and ethnic groups are deated by proper nouns and are capitalized.

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Bias-Free Language. Avoid passive voice e. Cisgender: individuals whose sex ased at birth aligns with their gender identity. Explicitly report information about gender identities of participants rather than assuming cisgender identities. The term "Latino" might be preferred by those originating from Latin America, including Brazil.

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When writing about people of European ancestry, the terms "White" and "European American" are acceptable. Refer to individuals with disabilities as "patients" or "clients" within the context of a health care setting. Avoid the term "minority.

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If a distinction is needed, use a modifier when using the word "minority" e. APA Style 7th Edition. When writing about Indigenous Peoples, use the names that they call themselves. Gender identity: a component of gender that describes a person's psychological sense of their gender; distinct from sexual orientation.

Identity-first language: disability becomes the focus, which allows individual to claim the disability and choose their identity rather than permitting others to name it or select terms with negative implications e. Transgender and gender-nonconforming TGNC people: generally agreed-upon umbrella term Sex asment: use terms "ased sex" or "sex ased at birth" Use specific nouns to identify people or groups of people e.

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Some use the word "Hispanic" to refer to those who speak Spanish; however, not every group in Latin America speaks Spanish. Do not use hyphens in multiword names e. Avoid pictorial metaphorics or negativistic terms that imply restriction e. Avoid referring to one sex or gender as the "opposite sex" or "opposite gender"; appropriate wording may be "another sex" or "another gender. For example, phrases such as "the Black race" and "the White race" are essentialist in nature and considered inappropriate. T he way in which individuals are shaped by and identify with a vast array of cultural, structural, sociobiological, economic, and social contexts.

Avoid the terms "birth sex," "natal sex," "tranny," "transvestite," and "transsexual. To refer to all human beings, use terms like "individuals," "people," or persons. The corresponding terms e. Avoid essentialism. Avoid broad clinical terms such as "borderline" and "at risk. To refer to non-White racial and ethnic groups collectively, use terms such as "people of color" or "underrepresented groups" rather than "minorities.

It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. Use the terms "identified pronouns," "self-identified pronouns," or "pronouns" instead. Person: affected by disorder or illness and receiving care from a health care professional. Any age: Avoid using "males" and "females" as nouns; instead use "men" and "women" or other age-appropriate words.

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APAp. Older adults: Avoid using terms such as "seniors," "elderly," "the aged," "aging dependents," and similar "othering" terms. The guidelines are based on the concept of intersectionality, which is: T he way in which individuals are shaped by and identify with a vast array of cultural, structural, sociobiological, economic, and social contexts. Older adults: "older persons," "older people," "older adults," "older patients," "older individuals," "persons 65 years and older," and "the older population"; combination terms for older age groups "young-old," "old-old," "oldest old" ; contrast older adults with other age groups specifically, such as with decade-specific descriptors "octogenarian," "centenarian" Any age: Avoid using "males" and "females" as nouns; instead use "men" and "women" or other age-appropriate words.

Sexual orientation label is predicated on a perceived or known gender identity of the other person e.

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Avoid "he" or "she" as alternatives to the singular "they" because such contractions imply an exclusively binary nature of gender. In academic, business, school, or other settings, the term "client" might be preferred instead. Avoid the term "failed" e. Avoid reducing people with disabilities to a "bundle of deficiences.