Is procedural or moral justice applicable for this aim? Based on theories of inclusive of behavioral, societal and interpersonal psychology, the most influential to reducing recidivism is that of restorative justice. Moral justice reflects the perceptions and moral values of its social structure else face not only resistance to comply but a reduction in the social perception regarding the legitimacy of their authority. The major differences between the current justice model and restorative justice models is a shift in focus from satisfying generalized social justice to satisfying micro-justice as well. This has allowed greater involvement for victims regarding procedures, requirements for restitution and a voice in sentencing as well as opportunities to communicate with the offender in a personal manner (Cialdini, 2007).
By recognizing that each person is different from the others, regardless of their age, socioeconomic and life experiences, rather than going by the heuristic view, would broaden the human services professions perspectives. Self-determination is another useful factor that human Services professional may promote and be supportive of. The ability for clients to make their own choices and finding solutions to their own problems would help to build up their self-esteem. Also, it would help them to become more confident in their decisions pertaining to their life. After all, the main human services professionals goal is it provide assisting with individual’s needs, so the individuals would become functional to the point, that they are able to help themselves.
Gutting and Edmundson both blame the structure of the education system, but at the same time it sounds like the change needs to come only from students. In their book I wouldn’t always be their “ideal” student that is depending on the classes they would teach me. Like Gutting said colleges sometimes give unnecessary courses, so it can be hard to be interested in something that in no way relates to your major. If one of the authors were instructors in one of my unnecessary” classes they probably would make comments that I’m “weak minded” or “not genius”. However, if they taught in one of my classes that I actually have an interest in I might have a shot of being their perfect student they have conversations about on the
Your personality and interests can help understand your own behavior and why you act a certain way. Knowing what type of environment you excel in and areas where you need to make improvements can help you choose a career path in which you will not only be successful, but happy as well. The TypeFocus assessments are one way to better understand yourself and help you create future career goals. According to the TypeFocus personality assessment, my Myers-Briggs personality type is INTP. The letter I means that I am more introverted and focus more energy on thinking about the inner world.
Bilingual Teacher Preparation from an ELL’s Perspective Claudia Gonzalez University of Texas at El Paso Abstract This paper explores bilingual teacher preparation; one of the most important and principal lack of bilingual education. Teachers play an important role in children’s education and it is very important to give to bilingual students adequate preparation according to their academic level so they have the same opportunities as other students to be successful in the world. Often times, however, bilingual teachers are hired by an administrator with an inadequate picture of their preparation and experiences as bilingual educators and citizens. Teachers are role models for students and they model what they observe from
Within services like White Meadows a person centred approach is about planning and delivering care and support with the input of the service user, by doing this the rights of the service user are being adhered too and they are being treated equally. In conclusion, organisational culture can have a severe impact on the quality of care given to service users, and in this case the impact was not good for those who seemed to need more support in development. But by the senior manager instigating change with the help of HIQA guidelines and PCP, care can be improved and developed in a way that there is a feeling of inclusion and individual support, where all service users are treated equally. References D’Eath, M. (2010). Social care theory and practice 2.
Analyzing the two surveys, it was found that Asians were more liked when they conformed to the stereotypes, and had a higher chance for harassment when breaking these stereotypes. This creates a system that rewards conforming and confirming stereotypes, an infinite loop that forces Asians to “accept their place” or risk disrupting the work environment. One of the cultural values Asians have is to place the collective over the individual, so most would be inclined to follow the stereotypes and continue this pattern of discrimination. Many agree that leaders require certain traits and skills, such as a dominant, take charge mentality as well as some social skill. Asians, however, are perceived to be highly competent,
Bias is a shift in a way someone perceives something or someone. Or when you favor something over another thing. Attitude is the way someone talks to a person in which tone of voice, attitude dictates a lot about a person, who they are.There are many types of judgments good judgment allows for critical thinking and a deeper thought process. Care is the way you show compassion to another person, caring for other make us who we are. Caring makes the world a better place being caring has more positives than negative.
Likewise, in college, I will also be tested on the information that was taught in a class, instead of random information that I do not know. In addition, once my major is decided, I will indeed be taught information that is pertinent not only to my success in college, but also to my future in the real world. Memorizing facts, formulas, people, and other information that is supposed to be drilled into me from kindergarten will not likely help me succeed in college. In a majority of my classes in high school, I typically make "A 's", but since I cannot make over a 30 on my ACT, I am immediately less worthy than the ones that do. This way of thinking and categorizing students is extremely unfair.
The quote by Lao Tzu states that a person who knows others is knowledgeable as they can understand them, their actions and their motivations. The quote also states that understanding one’s own self is even more important and beneficial, as it allows one to be ‘enlightened.’ Being ‘enlightened’ refers to having the knowledge and ability to surpass judgement and misinformation. This suggests that knowing one’s own self, and having formed an identity, means that not only is a person able to understand their own self, but can also better judge others. It may also indicate that the person who knows himself is less liable themselves to be affected by the judgements of others. Although in the various texts studied, these ideas may not be stated explicitly, one can consider the implications.