When children are very young, they have not learned these social cues. They will say whatever comes to their mind, no matter how rude or inappropriate it would be. They wouldn’t know that what they are saying or how they are acting is wrong until they are taught by society that they are. They are shown and taught these symbols through the reactions of others, which help them know who they should be and how they should act. Imagine having everyone act like children.
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. Losing labels that we put on others is also a problem with stereotyping in our society that we can easily fix and stop. The media is one of the hugest influences on stereotyping now in our society so if the media showed more positive and a more true impressions of the different demographics like religions,race, and sex people wouldn 't have a certain perception of others. One of the biggest things that might take a bit longer
Some norms are turned into formal rules and laws, while others are simply unwritten rules of etiquette for everyday behaviour. These unwritten rules can typically be categorized as either folkways or mores. Folkways are norms that dictate appropriate behaviour for routine or casual interaction. In our culture, boys wear pants instead of skirts, and we all know not to pick our nose in public. These are casual rules for behaviour; although we may think that people who violate them are weird or rude, we don 't think they should be imprisoned for their
To do anything that goes against your morality would leave anyone pondering what the 'right decision ' really is. In most cases, there is never truly a universal 'right answer ' and because of this, an individual 's feelings should not be "[regarded as] objects of utilitarian value" (Williams, p.490). What this means is that no one should think of anyone 's emotions as invalid due to a decrease in happiness amongst all people. What may seem to be obviously correct to one, can easily be seen as wrong, or simply the lesser of two evils to another. For utilitarianism to assume that we should all comply to actions that go against our morality, solely because of maximum happiness to those around you, often jeopardizes ones '
His gist is that privacy should be respected which makes him moderate moralism, law should only intervene when society won’t tolerate certain behaviour, law should be a minimum standard not a maximum standard and act as general guideline. Is the act of polyandry tolerable by the society? In some society it is tolerable but in some they will not. However, to abolish the act of polyandry will also intervene with the privacy on the individuals. Devlin would have thought the act of polyandry to be immoral and disintegrates the society however, being a moderate moralism he would not have wanted to intervene with the privacy of other unless the act has become very widely practiced and start causing harm to the society.
According to these views an individual is expected to conform to the established social norms. The man is not seen as an individual person, but an important piece of whole – society. It is important to behave in accordance with the conventional social conduct. Rebelling against the established rules and customs is considered impudent and absurd. And although Austen is not a proponent of a blind following of conventions, she holds the view that the proper manners are important as a display of self-restraint and for gaining the public esteem.
Most people desire peace and tranquility in life, but they don’t necessarily find it the same way. Their search for stability is affected by their various cultural beliefs and experiences that affect their judgment and action. These actions are a reflection of the individuals’ morals, ethics and values. The authors Williams and Arrigo write about the meaning of what morality, ethics and values are. The movie Conspiracy was the opposite of what the book was trying to teach us and violates the principles that I preciously mentioned.
Due to the really different backgrounds and cultures among us, some people may think that they should protect their own cultures so that they do not listen to others’ opinions. This is normal phenomenon because nobody wants their culture being offended. If we cannot properly deal with cultural diversity, it may influence the relationship and trust building among people. Additionally, if we visit to other countries, it is better to respect and follow their cultural norms and rules so that we will not give a bad image or impression to the local people. Otherwise, it may cause conflicts between people which is not good for promoting cultural diversity.
Conclusion : It is difficult for an individual to disobey an authority figure or not comply with the morality of the group or society because they are afraid of the consequences they will face from the authority or the power that is above them. In addition, humans are so programmed by authority and the government to obey in order to avoid the punishment that people don 't even give any thought to disobey. Support 1 : Foremost of all, people do not have enough courage to disobey. Fromm said that disobedience is "the first step into independence and freedom”. He means that disobedience sets individuals free and opens their eyes.
This topic needs to be discussed more not only in schools but in local communities because this way, opinions about trans people would change and that it will lessen the prejudice that had been the basis of the stigma of them. Conservatism will only further restrict the way of thinking of the people and society in a way would suffer the consequences of their narrow-mindedness when the time comes. In my opinion, transgender people are normal and I can’t sense what makes them different from the others. We all have our own opinions regarding our lifestyle so we don’t have a right to judge the way others find their own