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Is Lookism Unjust?: The Ethics of Aesthetics and Public Policy Implications

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07/30/2014Louis TietjeSteven Cresap

Lookism is prejudice toward people because of their appearance. It has been receiving increasing attention, and it is becoming an important equal-opportunity issue. People we find attractive are given preferential treatment and people we find unattractive are denied opportunities.

Volume 19, Number 2 (2005)

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Tietje, Louis., and Steven Cresap. "Is Lookism Unjust?: The Ethics of Aesthetics and Public Policy Implications." Journal of Libertarian Studies 19, No. 2 (2005): 31–50.