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STUDENT A's QUESTIONS (Do not show these to Student B.)

(1) What images spring to mind when you hear the word ‘xenophobia’?
(2) Where does xenophobia come from?
(3) Do you think there is a xenophobia gene in all of us?
(4) Who is the most xenophobic person you know?
(5) Is someone with xenophobia ill?
(6) How do you cure xenophobia?
(7) If you have any negative feelings, thoughts or images against another culture or race, are you xenophobic?
(8) How much xenophobia exists in your country?
(9) Does patriotism lead to xenophobia?
(10) Have you ever been on the wrong end of xenophobia?

STUDENT B's QUESTIONS (Do not show these to Student A.)

(1) In which countries is xenophobia more common?
(2) Is xenophobia around the world on the rise?
(3) Do multicultural, cosmopolitan countries experience less or more xenophobia?
(4) What’s the difference between xenophobia and racism?
(5) How does xenophobia harm a society and the world?
(6) Do you think xenophobia will disappear one day?
(7) Is xenophobia a mental imbalance?
(8) Do you think people with xenophobia are dangerous?
(9) Do governments create xenophobic feelings among their people?
(10) What would you like to ask someone with xenophobia?



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