Most of these causes were either self taught or learnt by others in our society. Though stereotyping is a big issues, there are many possible ways to break stereotyping. The easiest way possible to break these stereotyping is having a open mind to everyone. With having a open mind to people meeting others with different backgrounds and going to things with a diversity of people is something that could help with societies issue of stereotyping. When we start acknowledging the fact that we are individuals and that people don 't come in groups we will start to understand not to judge others as groups and not to judge all around.
The way we present ourselves to our peers is often dependent on the company we are in. When around people we are familiar with our behavior will be more relaxed, showing that that is a comfortable environment for us. The actions of someone in a stressful situation are more forced, and usually, result in the person looking like they don 't know how to act. Though people have different layers of personality, their true colors will find a way to shine through the cracks in the mask they try to put on. We may try our hardest to conceal how we feel about the world around us, attempting to stay neutral, in an effort not to offend anyone around us.
However, it is analysed that people who are different, really has difficulties in their life with respect to sense of belonging since people disown them and feel that they have some kind of mental disability and for that reason, they never gets any kind of sense of belonging. Sense of responsibility among general people needs to be developed in order to understand the mental situation of a different person who could be with different personality or from different culture. It is better to read and learn about the cultures and histories of other people that help in understanding about different kinds of people. It also gives circumstantial information that people find it easier to make logical questions. However, it is not needed to be experts in the culture of someone to get to know better or to ask questions.
(Mill,8), meaning that society can tyrannize the people in ways other than political. He explains that social tyranny "though not usually upheld by such extreme penalties, it leaves fewer means of escape, penetrating much more deeply into the details of life and enslaving the soul itself." (Mill,8), meaning that because these forms of oppression are not enforced by government penalty, they are harder to combat, and can therefore seep into both a life and soul. Due to this, Mill argues that "there needs protection also against the tyranny of prevailing opinion and feeling; against the tendency of society to impose... its own ideas and practice as rules of conduct from those who dissent from them;"(Mill,8). Building on this claim, and being the object of Mill 's work, is his argument that "the sole end for which mankind are warranted, individually or collectively, in interfering with the liberty of action of any of their number, is self protection."
People can rely on literacy and social awareness to help them be better aware and more thoughtful. But when people have neither of these skills it can harm the view they have of their surroundings. Fahrenheit 451 is an example of what would happen if social awareness and literacy were looked down on. Over time in the society where everything takes place in, not many are socially aware or can read, resulting to people going to great lengths for their beliefs and wants that they don 't really think through. In the novel Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury shows that literacy and social awareness are important for society through the use of characterization and symbolism in the story.
Identity is defined by actions. Actions that are taken out of the ordinary are what others would call courageous and noteworthy. These actions surpass the call of duty and propel their status from normalcy to their true individuality. Insane, crazy, abnormal, indifferent, it is the experiences of these persons who define them. There are quite a few principals, who are considered social norms among different countries simple as money, power, and respect for elders, however, sometimes problems do arrive!
Milan Kundera and the narrator share a persona that sets up the philosophical structure of the book. By doing he has one foot in the narrative and one in reality ensuring his omnipresence and omniscience. These two qualities in particular makes him a reliable narrator. The authorial intrusions used, seek to firmly cement the story in the realm of fiction. It is used to continuously remind the readers that what they are reading is purely fiction, not reality.
In modern society, humans frequently judge each other off of superficial characteristics. These superficial characteristics are, most often, a result of facticity, or characteristics people are unable to change about themselves, or at least not easily, because these qualities are evident from the time of birth. Opinions are commonly formed about people based off of two specific characteristics-- their gender and their socioeconomic status. These two elements also frequently serve as a basis for how to interact with other people. These components are, then, translated into an identity, such as being a middle class male, which shape the status of a person in society.
On the other hand, if someone needs help and no one is near, people are more likely to get involved and aid that person because of enlightened self-interest. Some citizens might help because they feel empathy for that person in need or because they believe that the other person’s welfare is its own responsibility. Marlene tells us, “Mendocinians are not sufficiently involved with poverty. They know that there are some organizations that help these people, but they do not know what these organizations are called or where they gather. Most citizens only know the bigger organizations such as ‘Cáritas’.” Probably this “Bystander effect” can explain why people avoid getting
By having access to instruments of mass media and other systems of public opinion, elites are able to shape the opinions of people and this makes their opinions to be taken seriously even when people do not necessarily agree with them. They use this aspect to control events and shapes attitudinal postures in how people relate with events that occur in the society. Indeed, elites can use their power to shape the complex processes of social cognition to line up with their preferences and ideals. The opinions of these elites are not necessarily adopted by the society at large. With this aspect in mind, elites can as well use their powers to suppress or marginalize alternative options (Dijk, p.44,