Answer all of the questions in 2-4 sentence paragraph, unless the question requires a one-word or one-sentence answer. Your answers must be according to the lecture and the reading, and demonstrate a comprehension of them. Do not write as part of your answer “depends on the individual”, “everybody thinks about it differently”, “this is just how I feel” or anything else of the sort – this is not a class on relativism.All citations from the text must be in quotation marks, with a page number. All paraphrasing from the text must be provided with a page number. Unless there are quotation marks – you need to use your own words (and I do not mean change a few words). Read the relevant passages from the text and then restate them in your OWN words to answer the question and do what the parts ask you to do. Simply writing relevant things, or summaries, without answering the question or doing what the section asks – is not good. Do all of the sections. Use numbers – and answer under those numbers (for example 1). Do not include the question.IN 1-10,THE ANSWERS SHOULD BE ACCORDING TO THE LECTURE AND THE READING. YOUR OPINION IS NEEDED IN 11-14.According to Morreal, in what way do racist jokes rely on stereotypes?According to Morreal, in order to laugh at a racist joke, does one judge the stereotype employed in it to be true, false, or is it that one abstains from judgment whether its true or false altogether?According to Morreal, what is the reason for the answer above in 2)?According to Morreal, in order to laugh at a racist joke, does one judge the stereotype employed in it to be moral, immoral, or is it that one abstains from judgment whether its moral or immoral altogether?According to Morreal, what is the reason for the answer above in 4)?According to Morreal, does the aesthetic judgment refer what it is judging to what we know to be true, what we know to be right, or to what excites the play of our imagination?According to Morreal, we can laugh at events in movies (people slipping on bananas and hurting themselves, for example) that our cognitive and moral sense would not permit us to laugh about if it was happening in real life in front of us. What is this supposed to show?According to Morreal, what are the reasons for thinking that one does not have to be a racist to laugh at racist jokes?According to Morreal, how can racist jokes, all by themselves, mold one to perform actions of racist discrimination according to racist stereotypes – even if one does not believe those stereotypes to be true, does not believe racism to be moral, does not view any race as inferior or superior, does not have any antipathy toward any race?According to Morreal, what is the reason why stereotypes about minority races, genders, sexual identities and orientations, etc. are deeply morally problematic while stereotypes about lawyers are not?What do you find to be most convincing about the material of the lecture and the reading?What is the reason for the above?What do you find to be the least convincing about the material of the lecture and the reading?What is the reason for the above?