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Rankist behaviors whether exhibited by those considered "somebodies" or those seen as "nobodies" within a group have damaging consequences for the individuals who engage in them the groups to which they belong and often to innocent bystanders.
Learning to take responsibility for our own parts in rankist battles is an important step toward achieving right-rank and stopping the cycle of rankism.
The authors urge readers to be aware of rankist actions and attitudes, even in themselves, and suggest ways to help others see rank-ism's influence and work toward a society that treats all people with dignity.
Rankist behaviors, whether exhibited by those considered "somebodies," or those seen as "nobodies" within a group, have damaging consequences for the individuals who engage in them, the groups to which they belong, and often, to innocent bystanders.