This could cause the participates not to act in their natural way, knowing that they are in an experiment. Participate participation could be a great way to get to fully experience how someone is treated daily, but there could be some ethical concerns with pretending to be intersexual. Intersexual Ethnography in a setting like at a school could be an efficient way to note interactions with others. The only observations you would be getting is only in that environment. A case study could be conducted on an individual who is experiencing discrimination in America for being intersexual.
Shaky identity and lack of confidence can lead to poor decision-making. Students given conditional positive regard may learn to think of themselves as being worthwhile only when they are behaving in socially approved ways. Their self-esteem may become shaky, as it comes to depend on what other people think of them at a particular moment in time. To maintain self-esteem, they may need to deny their genuine feelings, interests, and desires. They learn to wear masks or to don social facades to please others.
Saving your own face is also another reason. There are things about us that are best kept hidden. For example, you would not talk about how embarrassing your first rejection from your date in the 5th grade was. So instead of talking about how terrible it was in front of your friends, you would rather lie to make the story much more interesting. Rather than sharing embarrassing moments with others, it is better to lie than put yourself into an awkward situation.
Also, if they still have contact with their abuser, they are less likely to report due to the possible consequences of reporting. Related to this, the victim is also less likely to report if they are related to the offender. They may feel like if they do report, the other members of their family may not believe them, so what is the point? Another snafu with reporting is older children are less likely to report because of the consequences. They may fear that they will be harmed again before an arrest is made, so they choose not to report so they can protect themselves from their abuser.
This can result in the bullying some children experience. They want to seem “cool” to their friends and will pick on a child that is different. They also fear that if they do not join in, their friends will not like them and intern, begin to pick on
Ilustration 1 : Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs Courtesy of: http://images.slideplayer.com/23/6880083/slides/slide_4.jpg This hierarchy has been establishing in pyramid shape which bottom part of it is best to describe in the basic need of human motivations. According to Maslow’s theory, human motivation started from oneself to fulfill their basic needs which call as physiological needs or its biological needs. After this foremost needs being fulfill then the human motivation will go the next quadrant call as safety needs. Although the safety needs still under basic need of human being but it is not as important as physiological needs. Human is willing to sacrifice their safety need only in order to fulfill their physiological/biological needs, that why, these need have been separated into
This will allow children to have a better understanding about their sexual life since secondary school. Sexual education in school will help them to avoid sexual related crimes such as sexual assault, internet sex crimes, sex offender registration violations and statutory rape. According to the WHO, sex education should be imparted on the children who are 12 years and above. It is estimated that 34% of the HIV infected person are around the age group of 12 to 19. ( April 09 2015).
In a way, I think that a school not being trauma-informed almost creates an unsafe environment for the student. If the staff member is unable to recognize what may be considered as a flashback trauma trigger, it leaves that individual vulnerable. I say this because that individual may not be able to explain why they are having such an intense reaction to the situation. They might be unaware of the link between the original trauma event and the current trauma trigger and feel as if they are not in control of themselves. Seeing how dangerous trauma triggers can be, when a student is acting out, school staff should consider if the underlying cause may be past trauma.