Self-harm would make the service providers very mistrustful as the pain imposed on them by themselves is showing as the pain they are facing at some other point with someone else. They sequence of abuse may continue, it is more likely for someone that has been abuse to be an abuser once they grow older so a back ground check on parents and people living in the family home would need to be done to make sure that it is safe and secure for the individual
This can cause feelings of jealousy as they fight for the attention of their parents. It may even make the child have bad behaviour as they feel it is the only way for their parents to notice them. The child may also feel pushed out as other family members who are visiting focus all their attention on to the new baby too. 3) Moving home/school – Changing schools and homes can affect children and young people in different ways. Children who are outgoing and have confidence will find the transition easier as they may make friends and settle in at a faster pace.
The families and friends of individuals who are discriminated against can be affected in many ways. Some may be emotionally hurt and have their own feelings of self-worth challenged, if the discrimination has been violent they may feel scared. Some may react violently in return and grow their own prejudice’s towards people they view as being like the original attacker. 3. Inclusion means a process of identifying, understanding and breaking down barriers to participation and belonging.
Increasingly as children in modern society are becoming more rebellious and independent and construct their own individual identities, many people argue that the peer they socialise with have the greatest effect on their behaviour. This idea is debateable however, as there are other institutions like the media or the family that are key in instilling norms and values of society. The ways in which peer groups socialise a person into his/her gender identity are many. Through peer group pressure along with positive and negative sanctions, it is inevitable that a young person will conform to their group’s norms and values. Firstly, the ideas of being isolated from a friendship group is a daunting vision for many youngsters, and are thus willing to adopt the groups norms and values if it means they will acquire popularity or just to be part of a group.
2.1 Describe with examples the kinds of young people’s development inclu influences that affect children andding: * Background * Health * Environment | Examples | Affect | BackgroundHealth Environment | Parents relationshipParents stylesReligion and cultureStep-familyPovertySiblingsIllness and diseaseNutritionProper RestHeredityStressSports and physical activity Noise OvercrowdingParents employmentFamily problems Neighbourhood | Parents that are going through a marriage breakdown, divorce and separation can be stressful for all involved particularly the children and young people. They could get very upset, could go very quiet, could stop eating and could even stop talking. Parents who think that education is not important have a negative input so they don’t encourage their children to get a good education. Parents with a lack of ability will not be able to help their children with their homework, this could be affect on their development.Children will be part of different ethnic background and cultures. Children’s belief may cause them emotional conflict when they want to participate in some physical activities which go against their family’s wishes or religious beliefs.
These effects can also be felt by the individuals’ families and friends too. They can be subject to discrimination for having a disabled friend or family member. The effects on the person discriminating can be that they themselves are isolated by the wider society that don’t agree with their actions. This could also work the other way with the wider community agreeing with their discrimination. Either way discrimination has an effect on everyone.
1.2 The potential effects of discrimination can be physical, emotional or a combination of both. Other possible effects could include: Feeling isolated, Low self esteem, depression, fear of rejection, stress and feeling withdrawn from society These effects not only affect the individual but they can also affect that individuals family and friends too. The individual’s family can become isolated from society because they are trying to protect their loved one and will often experience verbal abuse for having a family member that is some people see as ‘different’. 1.3 Inclusive practice promotes an individual’s right to access equal opportunities. Promoting an individual’s rights in this way supports diversity.
Jose Gomez Crash After I saw the movie Crash, I realized that in our lifestyle we are exposed to stereotype in one way or another, voluntary or involuntary. I understand stereotyping is a classification that society makes about other people, we classify people based on the knowledge and experience that we have about something or someone; it depends on how we grow up and which values we choose for our lives. In addition, I believe, the majority group creates stereotypes because they tend to label minorities. To Illustrate, majorities may catalogue communities for the way they look, race, the language that they speak, and their religious beliefs. Even if we try to avoid stereotyping it is impossible in the world that we live in today, and that
Another thing that makes assimilation bad is the fact that people use it so much that they don’t see that it could be a danger in the future. Many people lose their history, traditional inhabits, and national culture, national spirit and therefore small nations can disappear. People don’t realize that assimilation not only hurts them but it affects the future generations and nations that could vanish if everyone decides to change their customs. One of the beautiful things of this world is how diverse and different everyone is. If we were to live in a world where everyone was the same it would be boring and dull.
It is harder to rebel in irrational authority because being a minority is a great fear of many, but what we have been told throughout history is that minority rules over majority. Fromm assures us that the majority have been taught that there is only enough resources for the few, and not enough for the many. Until people realize obedience isn’t always necessary, they will not be able to move forward. The small amount that do are whats making the