The Importance Of Discrimination In Society

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Discrimination is unjust or prejudicial treatment of different categories of people or things. It can be specific on the grounds of race, age, or sex. Consequently, will we someday be able to eradicate discrimination from the face of the earth? In order to find a solution to discrimination among people we must use educational forms of influence. As an example: in teaching, we can change each student’s behavior and eventually eradicate discriminatory actions learned through their family and cultural environment. In today’s society, we are governed by schemes that try to represent perfect models of how we should look, act, and behave on a regular basis. We see this on television, newspapers, magazines, and around other forms of media. We try to imitate what is shown before our eyes; therefore, mentally envisioning the perfect person, the perfect religion, the perfect culture, or the perfect race. In other words, we create, in our mind, a detailed picture of perfection; this causes us to reject and question everything that is not in our memory, leading to acts such as discrimination. There are many forms of eradicating any kind of discrimination in society, such as school activities for kids, articles or conventions focusing on elimination of discriminatory activities, and suppression of people influencing discriminatory activities on children. A clear form of ending discrimination focusses on articles or conventions that encourage the elimination of discriminatory

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