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.
What is revealed is that Conformity hurts those individuals that may think differently and makes them lose particular characteristics that make them who they are. Not only does conformity take away characteristics but it can make a person obtain characteristics that weren 't there before. We can see this in the essay of Brent Staples “Black Men and Public Space” in which he explains how
In many cases, people may be forced by external circumstances to make decisions that they would not have made if such circumstances did not present themselves. The results of such decisions can either have a positive or negative impact on the lives of an individual. Such a case is well presented in the story A &P by John Updike where the major character, Sammy is portrayed to be rebellious. His rebellion appears to have more disadvantages than advantages as it complicates his life in many cases, which leads him into making uninformed decisions. It is, therefore, true to say that Sammy's rebellion in the John Updike's A & P is more futile than heroic and only makes negative complications in his life.
In addition some people may like to be stereotyped as they want their looks and how they dress to come across clearly to other people, therefore they instantly want them to judge them how to act towards them and what people’s reactions are towards them. Stereotypes have also disadvantages sides such as, some people may suppose that the same group of people share the same ideals and personality traits just because they have something in common like their dress sense, culture or taste in music. Just because they may look the same, it doesn’t mean they feel the same or think the same things.Moreover, stereotyping can create problems in many social situations like the workplace at school or in the local community. For example in the workplace if a female boss were to manage a group of
Culturally competent service providers are aware of how their own cultural backgrounds, experiences, attitudes, values, and biases influence psychological processes. Although cultural competence is presented as a progressive and positive force for the challenge racism and discrimination There are a few obstacles that make it difficult to implement and in fact, achieved for the social worker and employers. Critique of cultural competence Critiqued that cultural competence for being unreachable. Critiqued that Could be privileging group characteristics over individuality – opens for stereotyping. Critiqued for implying that a client’s culture can be understood by the social worker who reads about cultures and asks questions, but the reality is more complex.
Stereotypes at DHS exist and they pertain to many things such as where you hang out, are you an athlete etc. and they have an impact on other kids performance by stereotyping them by lowering their self-esteem which makes them less confident, making them less secure which may lead to not coming to school, and peer pressure which may lead to doing negative things they don’t want to do. These 3 things may cause kids to go down the wrong path just because they don’t want to be called a certain thing or looked down upon. This happens at DHS and it causes kid to be more socially insecure because they think they’re a loser because a stereotype told them that because they do a certain thing or they’re pressured to do something such as drugs or they’re a chicken or other words. Stereotypes makes kids more insecure about their self-image because i’ve observed that kids that have been stereotyped or bullied because they closely relate or they’re the same thing is that they try to change who they are or try to fit in so they aren’t stereotyped and aren’t seen “inferior” to other people.
Both punishments and rituals can restrict people’s behavior and lead to social harmony but guiding people by rituals can lead to a better consequence. He wanted people to know rituals so that they would consciously perform morally as they understand what is right or wrong. In contrast, restrict people’s behavior by punishments can only make them avoid doing things that lead them to penalty but cannot make them understand the judgments. There is a possibility that people would violate laws no matter how harsh the punishments are. But if people know rituals, they may become law-abiding (Analects, 6.27) and the possibility for them to break the laws would
Here, it is important to mention that the ethnic identity plays a central role for those people who belong to ethnic minority groups. As it was stated by Tajfel and Turner, the significance of ethnic identity among minority groups is connected to the experience of differentiation and intolerance. Under the conditions of marginalization, a stable ethnic identity strengthen positive attitude towards one’s own ethnic group and helps to decrease influence of the negative beliefs of a host society. In other words, feeling of belonging to an ethnic group may provide an individual with a buffer for overcoming existing stress to personal well-being caused by inferior position in relation to the dominant group. A great number
Thus, they say, it is unethical. Some people argue that by choosing the child with disability it harms the society . However, ethical considerations for this problems becomes difficult when it is difficult to decide what is a disability. Deaf community often argues that hearing impairment is a culture, thus it should be permitted to choose a child with the same culture as them3. Therefore, one first
And, most of the times we tend to judge other’s behaviour based on our own cultural beliefs, which dims our minds receptiveness to new perspectives and possibilities and allowing lots of opportunities for potential conflict, misunderstandings and miscommunication between many people. Furthermore, distinct cultural beliefs of people also lead to different behaviour among people, behaviour that is different from their normal behaviour. So, it is important that we learn and appreciate these differences to work effectively with people from other cultures and