Despite that fact that living in a diverse society has its advantages, it also has its disadvantages. The disadvantages are that it is hard to preserve their own cultural identity. Another disadvantage is that it can result in disagreements, conflicts and fights between the different people who are living together. The advantage of living in a diverse society is that it can help increase one’s knowledge, awareness and understanding about others culture, ethnicity, beliefs, practices, customs, tradition, et cetera. This knowledge, awareness and understanding about others may be helpful or useful to us in the future.
Did Paine have a disadvantage or advantage of not being born in the colonies? I think that it depends on how you look at. With not being born in the colony, it would be easier to go in and see what problems need to be fixed. If you are born and raised in the colony this can sometimes be harder as so many different people have their opinions. As being born in the colony you respect those opinions, which makes it hard to get things done.
In this interview, it illustrates how power may ignite cultures to have a division based on their cultural group. It may cause a nation to become captivated by misleading mistakes and false representation of a political group. Although, segregation exists, individuals felt the need to react in ways that became unjustifiable causing destruction affecting beliefs, values, and other perspectives amongst other cultures, religions, and beliefs differently than their own. By taking the lives of innocent individuals and shaping and conforming lives according to their biases alters how children may shape their own human world views based on exceptionalism, power and segregation, and improving history and evolution through integration. In addition, in the Condoleezza Rice the Secretary of State interview, it reflected on American exceptionalism from a childhood experience recollecting the dark side of human beings.
Some of these disabilities are invisible, while others are very noticeable. In either situation, said person with a disability should have a choice on the accommodations they receive and how they are treated or ‘handled.’ Different methods of communication may be needed; however, simply including the individual and asking if they’re interested in participating creates a more positive environment. Individuals with disabilities have worked just as hard, if not more, to get to the place they hold in school, work, or at a university. The most detrimental thing to anybody’s state of mind is to not be taken seriously or to be put at a lower priority because of a disability. This is a society, or habitual, reaction that determines how individuals with disabilities are treated.
Learning how to express yourself (link is external) can help you overcome interpersonal challenges, which can make you unhappy. 20. Find your purpose. We all want to feel like we made some sort of positive impact in this world, but sometimes we are uncertain of the type of impact we want to make. Explore exactly what gives you a sense of purpose (link is external) and how you want to pursue this purpose (link is external) to give your life a greater sense of meaning.
As a result of this, more and more people would be finding ways to make changes to their identities by separating themselves from the negative impacts of the community and just creating their own positive identity that can benefit not only themselves but inspires people in the long run. The main concern would have to be areas that are heavily influenced by many social problems that are out and about such as drugs, crime and violence, homelessness and even prostitution. Moreover, in some cases, there have been people who became victims of these social problems either because they choose that life or maybe they were influenced by someone to get into that lifestyle that lead them down that path into which they know nothing but the negatives. However, the journey on an individual's identity begins at home with parents who are willing to steer their children in the right path and explain to them what’s right and what’s wrong. The reason for this is because children are very
Negative stereotypes can have harmful consequences especially to teens or students. By stereotyping, we infer that a person has a whole range of characteristic and abilities that we assume all members of the group have. According to Blum(2004), Stereotypes are false or misleading generalizations about groups held in a manner that renders them largely, though not entirely, immune to counterevidence. In addition to, Aronson(1999) claimed that stereotypes affects people’s social lives,emotions, and how people interact with their environment. There are times people are not so open to the idea of meeting new people, and making new friends.
Having close Boundaries leads people to exaggerated deep analysis, judgements and scrutiny on what life is presenting and offering you, resulting in a most likely rejection of those. Close Boundaries can protect you from harmful situations and relationships, but it can also deprive you of amazing opportunities. ## Boundaries and Spiritual Development and Awakening As you progress in your spiritual development and awakening process, it is likely for your Boundaries to become more open. Being more open means that you are able to let in and accommodate more people in your heart with less judgement. This will allow more of the “good” to come in but also more of the “not so
One example that was brought up by my group was about detrimental effects of streaming which could be damaging to self-concept and self-esteem, ideas that were discussed and learnt previously from other modules in NIE. This is because normal stream students, usually of lower social level in the society, could be marginalised by other curriculum streams students, as such they themselves be labelled as “second class”. As beginning teacher, we could have some collaborative efforts to encompass information circulation and interaction between the differing curriculum streams. Studies have also been done and shown that streaming students into overly specific curriculum could influence society limits onto those students’ potentials and worsen the stereotyping on post-secondary aspirations. However, many of which are still beyond students’ or our control, with a beginning teacher
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.