Both American and Indonesian government have to realize the negative impact this discrimination will be towards the National 's political, economic, social and security stability in their country . Racial inequality result in the discriminatory treatment of people of the minority group. Negative stereotype about specific race have cause discrimination with a devastating impact towards the targeted group. As it is described in the article “Racism, Prejudice and Discrimination" by National Association of School Psychology “Students and families who endure racism experience negative mental health, academic, and social outcomes” (p 2). It is clear that the impact of discrimination could affect self-esteem and personal character development, greater social stress and more anxiety in social settings.
Constant worrisome may create rapid heart rates and shaking of the body, while serious depression may result to the feeling of unworthiness which may result to physical harm to one’s body. Lastly the one who obtains the impact is the social aspect. Racism creates division; it can create a “them” from “us”. It continuously segregates people from different races. It also affects the rights of those who are victims of racism in the society.
Racism stems largely from fear, but also from stereotypes and psychological reasons like past experiences, or feelings of inferiority and blame. Racism is a word that encompasses various negative beliefs and behaviours towards different ethnic groups. It creates a barrier where there need not be, and creates antagonistic feelings between people who could have been good friends if it weren’t for the preconceived notions. An issue present all over the world, racism comes in many shapes and forms of varying offending degrees. Some may be jokes, but others can be harsh words delivered, quiet whispers behind others’ backs, or some may be straight out bullying or physical violence.
Conflict is related to human behavior, thoughts and views. A person struggle to achieve post, power and resources whether other people also struggle for same which create conflict in family, workplace and everywhere. Normally conflict is known as negative perspective. The negative effects of conflict are negative emotions, it blocked communication among people and two parties, and it increased negative beliefs or reflection among those people who are involved in conflict. Similarly conflict reduced coordination between people who have to work or live together.
Discrimination and inequality are both unfair and oppressive ways to make people feel inferior and suffer a detriment as a result, in turn discrimination and unequal treatment leaves the individual or group of people suffers of oppression. Discrimination and unequal treatment play a huge part in every community, and especially with regards to certain groups within each. This assignment will critically analyse discrimination and inequality within the community, evaluate Equality Legislation in Ireland, and weigh up how your own prejudice attitudes and assumptions can affect your role as a social care practitioner. Discrimination is when an individual or group of people are treated differently because of their race, religion, gender, age,
Section1 Discuss discrimination, exclusion Introduction Discrimination, exclusion and vulnerability are intertwined social complication that the world is facing and by any means trying to resolve. People are discriminated against in working areas, communities and other public areas, exclusion is also brewed by discrimination because immediately people are discriminated they become excluded from the society, vulnerability comes in because now people are no longer part of the society they then become endangered and exposed to the worlds obstacles by themselves. Discrimination Discrimination is the treatment or the consideration of, or making distinction in favour or against a person or thing based on the category to which a person or thing belongs. Discrimination comes in many forms namely, age, gender, disability, ethnicity, religion and more. It is direct and indirect and these aspects will discussed below.
According to Black and Gregerson (1991, p. 462), culture shock is the stress consequent upon differences in behavioural expectation and the attendant uncertainty with which an individual has to cope. Culture shock can also involve a situation in which the different frustrations experienced by an individual increases, culminating into an outburst of emotions such as homesickness, anger and depression (Black, Gregersin, Mendenhall, & Stroh, 1999; Harrison, 1994; Winkelman, 1994). For Kohut and Baxter (1987), culture shock is the feeling of confusion, insecurity, and anxiety caused by the strangeness of a new environment. Rogers and Sterinfatt (1999) described culture shock as the traumatic experience that an individual may encounter when entering a different culture.
Racism consists of ideologies and practices that give explanation for or cause or be responsible for unequal handling of groups or individuals based on criteria of perceived racial or ethnical dissimilarity. These can obtain the form of social actions, practices, beliefs, or political systems that consider different races to be ranked as naturally superior or inferior to each other, based on acknowledged shared inheritable traits, abilities, or qualities. It may also hold that members of different races should be treated in a different way. Some variants include a belief in hierarchies of worth arising from natural differences between people. Racism happens everywhere—it could be at school, home, online, public places, sports, and work and in the media.
Migration interrupts connections when people move from one place to another. Some differences associate with Inequality such as Stereotype and in-group bias can disrupt connections, this has implications on identity for its negative value. Apparently, it’s probable thus leads to prejudice and discrimination. “Psychologists use the term label to refer to an identity
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Introduction to the Study Culture shock has been defined as the stress induced by all the behavioural expectation differences and the accompanying uncertainty with which the individual must cope (Black and Gregerson, 1991, p. 462). Solomon (1994), in addition, described culture shock as an emotional and psychological reaction to the confusion, ambiguity, value conflicts, and hidden clashes that occur because of fundamentally different ways of perceiving the world and interacting socially among cultures. Also culture shock can involve such a situation where the various frustrations felt by the expatriate builds up, leading to the explosion of emotions such as anger, depression and homesickness (Black et al., 1999; Harrison