Those who inflict the discrimination are also affected as they have the assumption that people have less value or are inferior to them, which leads them to have a false view/ distorted view of the world. They can also become isolated and experience feelings similar to that of the person they discriminated against, as the wider community and families of those affected may be outraged by their behaviour causing them to be excluded from certain
Example: child X (being the bully) jokes with child V (the victim) and child V is offended by X’s joke. Such type of bullying affects both the victim and the “bully” – when this happens for more than once child V will start to feel less confident. However, as a result of a repetitive behaviour from the child X the “bully” will be excluded by the rest of the class or group. Effects As already mentioned previously, the effects of bullying does not only affect the bullied person, but also the bully him/herself. However another bracket of people who are affected by the action of bullying are the people witnessing the actual bullying.
It’s just a process where we unconsciously attach certain traits to a person. It’s not a fair thing that stereotypes are said and come about but they do and most people feel very self-conscious because of them. It makes some people aware of their bad past actions and wonder if the things they’ve done will influence the certain group they belong to. Stereotypes may be correct to some people but not all and it’s a way that generalizes the group of people in society due to the actions of a few and even with the lack of accuracy people continues to say them. Stereotyping has various effects on people.
1, 2, Societal attitudes and beliefs can impact individuals with sensory loss in quite a negative way because people in society can be very judgmental towards people with disabilities, and put them in a group of people with below average intelligence and assume they can’t do or think the same way as other people without disabilities can. People in society can also be very prejudice and ignorant and think they are better than people with sensory loss, also thinking it gives them the right to make fun at them and making life difficult in the process. Although not all people think the same way there are many other people in society that are very open towards individuals with disabilities and sensory loss and can be very helpful and kind, this can have a positive impact on people’s lives. 1, 3, There are a range of factors that societal attitudes and beliefs impact on service provisions, discrimination is one of the biggest problem in today’s society , people with sensory loss are treated differently, and there a lot of barriers that need to be overcome, service provision is a term used to describe a wide range of activities, including the provision of assistive devices, rehabilitation services, occupational therapy and health services. Although there are a lot of places like this there is still the need to raise awareness so
Some people believe with superior and disrespect towards people. People that behave this way normally missing trust, belief, or faith in themselves. They repeatedly have uncertainty about their value of life. Individuals that battle this disorder take chance in endangering themselves to lack of success. They are quick to put the blame on others for their failure instead of taking control for their actions (Kassin, Fein, & Markus, 2013).
People in society can also be very prejudice and ignorant by acting and thinking they are better than people with sensory loss, also people who do not understand or who are ignorante to sensory loss think that because that person is different to them they think it gives them the right to make fun about them and this makes life difficult for the person with sensory loss, this could cause the person to become very withdrawn, isolated or become depressed. this could result in them loosing out on social involvment and interaction. lack of knowledge to sensory loss also has its problems for example if a carer was to looking
Telling the truth to somebody, a person, a group, co-workers or anybody can backfire in the persons face. A lot of people say they want to hear the truth but not everybody can handle the truth. This affects the people actually speaking the truth, there so nervous to tell it that when it does come out they hope for good reactions and a positive outlook. The last thing the person wants is to be bashed by the person, a lot people think that the person it effects is hurting the most but actually the person telling the truth goes through more. They go through the feeling of “why did I say it?” and they shouldn’t feel like that, they should be happy that they don’t have to lie or cover anything up anymore.
So not only do these types of people know the dangers that their getting into, but it is the danger itself that encourages them to persist. This form of courage is bravery against the life threatening. There are many who would perform a courageous act, if the act itself was not threatening. For example, public speaking is commonly known as most peoples worst fear, it takes courage for these people to go on stage and speak to a room full of people, and though courageous, the act was not life threatening. However, for those who have “the right stuff” they will perform their duties knowing full well that they might die doing
They might make small talk but they will not talk a lot like talkative people do. I am a very bashful person so I know how it is and I know how it is to be talkative because I use to be. It is hard to talk to people that I don’t really know. People can find a lot of solutions for their problem of being shy but I am going to give you three solutions. One solution to overcome shyness is improving your self-esteem.
There are many different perceptions about people with social anxiety. People who do have it are often seen by others as just being shy, constrained, uneasy, or quiet. The people who are afflicted with social anxiety may be clouded by these perceptions as well, so they may decide not to seek treatment. Since the disorder is generally unheard of, an affected person could think that they are the only person suffering from it. It is easy to understand why a person feels as if they wouldn’t receive any benefits from seeing a doctor or psychologist.