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Discrimination is a problem that affects everyone, we can not solve it but if we can control it, this will be a campaign where we will all have the same opportunities and rights, we will fight inequality

Age

It is one that is exercised against people who have an advanced or very short age, disparaging them in their physical and mental capacities, to perform some tasks and tasks.

 

To combat this problem in society we must know what types of discrimination exist, these are the most worrying:

Sexualism

Discrimination given by same-sex attraction

Racism

Discrimination based on race often involving race superiority 

UNIDAD EDUCATIVA SANTO DOMINGO DE GUZMAN 

Nombre: Vanessa Gómez

Fecha: 27 de enero de 2017

Curso: 2BGU "A"

DISCRIMINATION COMPAING 

HOMEWORK# 11

FIGHT AGAINST DISCRIMINATION

 

 

 It involves the group's initial reaction or interaction going on to influence the individual's actual behavior towards the group leader or the group, restricting members of one group from opportunities or privileges that are available to another group, leading to the exclusion of the individual or entities based on logical or irrational decision making.

 

Disability

This discrimination affects pregnant women and people who, due to their characteristics, are unable to fully integrate them into society

Classism

Discrimination based on class often involving class superiority

Research and advices 

  • Support children in the development of empathy and tolerance.
  • Implement values-based behaviors
  • Carry out information campaigns in schools, churches, community to promote values respect and tolerance for society
  • Publish media reports on the types of discrimination
  • People with low socioeconomic status reported more discrimination (45.6%) than those at medium (37.5%) or high (41.8%). Likewise, as the educational level increases, those who suffered discrimination decrease.
  • This phenomenon can be approached from two perspectives, a psychosocial perspective, which highlights the cognitive mechanisms that allows that somebody understand and relate to the world and its objects; and a macrosocial perspective that accounts for the social and ideological structures that hold these mechanisms.

Examples of discrimination 

  • Don't let someone go to an establishment just because of their skin color.
  • Not being accepted into work for sexually transmitted diseases, such as acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), gonorrhea and others.
  • The differentiation of wages with respect to other workers of the same field and rank, sponsored by factors outside work performance, motivated by religious, ethnic, social, and ideological factors.
  • Discrimination exercised by teachers against a student not belonging to a particular social or economic group.