indirect discrimination – where set of work place rules or policies affect a group or minority and put them at a disadvantage but the benefit the rest Direct Discrimination – where a person is treated differently due to their personal characteristics protected by law usually treated or proposed to be treated unfairly I.E what that person can or cannot do. (3.3) Explain how practices that support diversity, equality and inclusion reduce the likelihood of discrimination. Practices that help support diversity, equality and inclusion to reduce the likelihood of discrimination may include encouraging people to express their views which are listened to, these will be respected and which are celebrated peoples. [203.2] Know how to work in an inclusive way. (2.1) List key legislation and codes of practice relating to diversity, equality, inclusion and discrimination in adult social care settings.
The notion that anyone who works hard enough will be rewarded has been made difficult for the individuals that are not defined as white by the social construction of race which comes from society’s beliefs, racism and stereotypes. Being white comes with numerous privileges like higher education and citizenship and other supplementary increased equities that people of color don’t receive. In the video, the narrator states “immigrants were learning that whiteness was more than skin color. It was the privilege of opportunity. And above all, exclusive.” This is a very powerful statement that the narrator makes because firstly, it shows how immigrants who are experiencing a new environment or perhaps experience a culture shock LEARN that color is dominant and superior in many situations in which both colors should have an equal opportunity to excel.
In this way, the theoretical approach of intersectionality could help people understand diverse backgrounds and experiences. Research could be done with different, more diverse populations, and care should be taken when generalizing results across groups. However, intersectionality may still leave some people out due to the way that people in the western world tend to think. Progress will be slow, and operationalizing will be a challenge. Ultimately, this approach should do a lot of good in increasing how inclusive psychology is, and will hopefully lead to an even better method in the
This allows for an expansion and diversion from the regulated path which encourages creativity and an emphasis placed on an individual's talent. Initially, one may assume that a radical shift in career choices may not be wise or necessarily a positive decision for an individual under Stereotype threat yet research has proven otherwise. (Gupta & Browne, 2007). Racial Stereotypes therefore, can cause individuals enough discomfort pursuing the stereotyped career leading them to drop out of the domain and redefine their professional
A stereotype is a generalized image or idea about an individual or a particular cultural group (1). Too easily are people judged based on their race, gender, ethnicity and clothing on a day-to-day basis. Even when the word stereotype is heard people usually have negative connotations towards it, but not all stereotypes are bad. They can also be positive. Stereotypes can very easily serve as a barrier to communication, but can go in the other direction and attract people to want to interact with one another too.
Reputation is important to many people in the world, but if they value it over anything else it can actually cause more harm than good. By valuing reputation over anything else it can lead people to do things that aren’t what they should actually do, like lie to people, accuse people to preserve their own reputation and can lead to the person getting in more trouble than getting them out of
This can be seen as a form of distributive Justice. Despite having an education and a lot of the same required skills as their White and Asian counterparts, they still suffer disadvantages due to job discrimination or unfair distribution of resources. Blacks and Hispanics with similar or the same educational background as Whites and Asians may suffer in fair treatment of the equity, equality and need principles and are already at a disadvantage as they are often not seen as equals due to discrimination. (Coleman et al, 2014) Distributive Justice, as described in Coleman et al, (2014) is concerned with the criteria that lead you to feel you receive an unfair outcome. As stated in the Article, the idea of getting an education is to obtain the American dream of owning a home and establishing
According to the literature there is no agreement about the effects of cultural diversity on team performance. What is certain is that the role of multicultural teams has increased a lor in the latest years and multinational companies started to pay great attention on these effects. Generally cultural diversity can affect the team performance in three ways: ● People find easy to work and cooperate with whom shared similar values, attitudes and beliefes according to the cultural similarity theory; ● People tend to class themselves according to their social identity and use their group norms to judge others people behaviour according to social categorization theory; ● An effect of (cultural) diveristy in team can bring a wider variety of networks and prespectives improving the team performance according to the information-processing theory. Pieterse,Knippenberg and Dieredonck define cultural diversity as a “double edge sword” (Milliken & Martins, 1996; Phillips, Northcraft, & Neale, 2006) and try to find out when could be a benefit or a detriment. From their reserach the effects depends on the fact that diversity may produce an informational resource.Infact, information elaboration does not came only by the team diversity but rely on the motivated ability of the team members to mobilize the team’s diverse informational resource.
In my opinion, the article was somewhat entertaining and interesting for me because, I’m interested in knowing more about languages especially languages that are endangering. However, the points that made me dislike the article somewhat is that she didn’t support her ideas clearly and because she didn’t have adequate ideas she started repeating some
There are both positive and negative effects of technology and the social individual. Due to increasing over-dependence on technology, many people struggle with being better social beings. This dependence has caused a greater prevalence of loneliness and alienation. Webster’s Dictionary defines society as, “an enduring and cooperating social group whose members have developed, organized patterns of relationships through interaction with one another and technology defined as, “a manner of accomplishing a task especially using technical processes, methods, or knowledge”. Technology helps shape our society in both positive and negative outcomes.