In general, ethnocentrism has been described as an individual psychological disposition which has both positive and negative outcomes. On the one hand, ethnocentrism serves as an antecedent towards “willingness to sacrifice for one’s central group” and help in constructing and maintaining one’s cultural identity. On the other hand, ethnocentrism leads to misunderstanding, viewing their cultural way of living as “natural” and what is going on in other cultures as
Albert Einstein once quoted that “the world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don 't do anything about it.” (Einstein (n.d.) Humans are unable to actually live together on this earth in complete peace and harmony? There are almost daily reports of wars, murders, thieves, bombers, bigots, racists, bullies in the media. According to the Poly-national War Memorial there have been 237 wars, between 1900 and today, starting with the Boxer Rebellion in China and continuing to the war in Afghanistan. We use violence as a form of entertainment. Sports such as boxing and MMA (Mixed Martial arts) are very popular, and bring in millions of pounds/dollars of revenue to everyone involved.
Myanmar is a country with a degree of ethnic diversity high as many as 135 ethnic inhabit this region. However, Rohingya ethnic Bengalis are not recognized by the military government as a citizen so they often experience discrimination. Military junta Policy that being repressive and anarchists against Rohingya began to look as real since Naga Min operation in 1978. Ne Win launched Operation King Dragon is a large -scale military operation in Arakan, this operation is intended to eradicate the Mujahideen groups accused of separatist efforts in the northern region of Arakan. Rohingyas are many who suffered torture, arbitrary arrests, and mass murder .
They thought that the responsibility should lie with the chinese. The british sent a fleet to china with a list of their demons including compensation, end of cohong monopoly, and accessibility to sea ports. The british resented China for not allowing them to sell opium, they would try to open sea ports at china by any means necessary. The British defeated chinese forces, killing Thousands of Chinese which died in bombardments. Britain eventually won the war, because of its circumstances China had to sign many unequal treaties.
Morality and Religion: A Psychological Perspective The relationship between morality and religion is a common topic of debate, across cultures. Many argue that without religion one’s moral compass will be askew, while others view morality as being based in autonomy and real life experiences. In this article, Anca Mustea, Oana Negru, and Adrian Opre explored approaches to morality, types of morality, and religion’s role morality. The main focus of the article was on how psychologically people come to know their morality and what role personal, community, and religious factors have on one’s own moral development. This article focuses on two separate approaches to morality based on psychological models, universalist based on Kant’s writings
Our world today has shaped and formed the human race into what it is now. There has been much controversy about whether or not our society is a utopian or dystopian society. After further research, the recent increase of hate groups, demand illicit drugs and all types of violence has led many to believe that the United States is leaning towards a dystopian society. In 2011, there were over 1,000 hate groups operating all over the world. However that number had dropped to 747 just three years later, it has recently increased since then.
The armed conflict which has been fought under two competing banners of national self-determination on the one hand, and protection of state rights on the other hand, has taken thousands of lives, destroyed millions worth of properties, and displaced a magnitude of people who sought refuge in other regions of the country as well as in neighboring countries. The territorial question has been disputed more often in the battlefields than over a negotiating table. They wanted to set up an autonomous region, to be known as "Bangsamoro", in the south of the mainly Roman Catholic country before
Here we can see Political inequalities, Socio- economical inequalities and has a long history of existent from the east to the north of that country but the region under the control of President Félix Houphouët have several decades of peace. When he died in 1993, many factors like exclusion of northern from politics, exclusion of northern for the rights of citizens such as voting leaded the country to civil war. The rebels declared their grievance from economic of northern (Stawert). It means here, many aspect of causes came together and lead the country to civil war. This countries with several factor of civil war, usually have a long history of difficulties because of this inequalities and finally they look for a solution so may they find the war against the government the only way to take their
12,000 people killed in a cycle of violence as a tumour of anger between Christians and Muslims stretching back more than a decade (Greene, 2010). The other cause would be the minority-majority dilemma. Naturally, it is believed that the majority may oppress the minority with the intention of maintaining their faith as a prevailing faith. The minority, on the other hand, may revolt against the majority with the intention of conquering the power (Greene, 2010). In addition, the growth of extremism is another cause of politicization of faith.
The human rights had been considerably developed since the second world war, there were approximately 70 million people murdered by Nazis. After the second world war, the United Nations were starting to legislate the laws to constitute the equality of human rights including religion, gender, and status because they did not want these circumstances will occur again. (pearson, 2015) Nevertheless, most of people do not know what the certain meaning of human rights is. According to United Nations human rights of the high commissioner (n.d.), " Human rights are rights inherent to all human beings, whatever our nationality, place of residence, sex, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, language, or any other status. We are all equally entitled to our human rights without discrimination.