The 14th Amendment right to equal protection as recognized under Baker v Carr designed on the surface to ensure fair participation in the democratic process, however, it is more so a check on the majority. As Baker v Carr introduces, the 14th Amendment does not cover all types of discrimination. For example, discrimination by the means of improper districting of a state, intentional or not, is not covered by the Constitution. However, what the 14th Amendment does do effectively is put a check on the majority will through rights. The majority rules and the only way to prevent this is through rights, which dictate what people are and are not allowed to do.
However, the two mentioned ways to overcoming language barrier in the implementation of anti-discriminatory practice in health and social care, the training of staff on how to communicate better with service users for them to understand is the best. This is because the training encompasses all methods, ways and means that must be considered when communicating with people to ensure that they understand clearly what they have being told. In essence in the training they must have being taught the importance of knowing the clients individually and what is their preferred effective method, means and ways that can be used to communicate with that client. M3
Accountability According to Clark-Weale, accountability has two aspects: first, people whom decision makers should be accountable in front of; second decisions which decision makers should be accountable because of them. Health system is accountable in front of patients, insurers, taxpayers, health professionals, courts and so on. According to managers, there is not any protocol or guideline for responding to public. As a result MOHME can’t justify decisions and public groups or some organizations protest them.
There are many concepts that underpin discrimination and many theories to draw from this paper will detail and explore the definitions, concepts, and theories such as Stereotyping, Social Identity Theory, and Conflict Theory which are all to the fore in prejudice and discrimination. It will seek to examine current research and suggest strategies based on best practice and evidence to combat discrimination and prejudice within organisations to allow for a healthy productive workforce. Prejudice is an unjustified or incorrect negative attitude in the direction of an individual based exclusively on the individual’s affiliation with a social group, a prejudiced person might not act on their attitude.
Disability is vital part of the social construction aspect attracts attention. People talks about disability rights regularly, but still many people hold bias opinion about this group of people. The topics about the disability’s right and privilege is continuous during the history of social development. Although special privilege such as disability parking lot, disability passageway etc… built for the convenience nowadays. But when I reading the essay “The Social Construction of Disability”, it mentioned a lot of problem on build an equal social between the common people and the disabilities.
Introduction: This report will be based upon my research of the medical and social models of disability. The social model represents how people with disabilities feel they are an outcast in society because of how people treat them and see them. On the other hand, the medical model demonstrates how people believe that it is individualistic and that the person with the disability reinforces the fact their bodies may be different and this is what excludes them from society. (Moyne, 2012)
Above and beyond, race is already hardly a means of discrimination. According to Samuel Perry, this positive attitudinal change is essentially the outcome of intensified interracial contact within social and religious structures, including schools, multiracial churches and neighborhoods (Perry, 2011, p.853). To boot, anti-discriminatory laws are fairly strict and effective; and as the legal segregation of people on the basis of race become prohibited in early 70s, racial equality and tolerance become conventionalized (Golebiowska 2007, p.268). Implementation of these laws shows itself, by and large, in the increasing of multiracial religious congregations which allow black people to worship together with whites, in that white people are much
Elie Wiesel said in his Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech, “We must always take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented.” Discrimination happens in three different forms: bystander, perpetrator, and victim. Every single individual is guilty of judging another person for being themselves.
Thesis: Historically Asian Americans and African Americans both had to face racism in America, but due to political benefits, Americans became less racist against Asian Americans. In 1920s, Congress decided to ban all Asian aliens for naturalization and future immigration to America (Dinnerstein, 2015, p.178, last-para). As per Congress, Asians were not true Americans. Therefore, they should live in American society same as African Americans were living under a nation ruled by whites (Dinnerstein, 2015, p.179, first-para). Asian Americans tended to be restricted to segregated neighborhoods, segregated schools.
Abstract- Discrimination is action that denies social participation or human rights to categories of people based on prejudice. It includes unjust or unequal treatment of different groups of people, especially on the grounds of race, religion, age, or sex. Discrimination is one of the negative social perceptions about data mining. Automated decision making is the main aim of the data mining such as classification rule mining etc. Historical training dataset is used for creating decision models.
When working with children and young adults, it’s important that we should challenge all cases of discrimination and take these all cases seriously no matter how small it is and make sure you deal with them as quickly and professionally as possible. The duty of the school is following the code of practice in promoting race equality which requires in monitoring and reporting all racist incidents to the in charge. • An important thing to do when challenging discrimination is by recognising anti-discriminatory practice and making sure that we require the knowledge of the policies, practice and procedure as this will help us to feel more confident about what is a good practice and allowing us to deal with incidents more effectively when cases arise. • It’s also important that the we have to take