(2011 census) Main Benefits of Ethnicity Having a range of people from different cultures can enrich social integration and cohesion (Social Capital Theory E. Crains, 2006). It can also be benefited from economic productivity e.g. skills more expertise\talents. However this can only be achieved if people accept diversity and the benefits that come with it, as the contrary may provoke conflicts and social division. Social\ Cultural Benefits of Diversity Valuing diversity can be very enriching and creative as accepting diversity may result in a greater range of social skills like learning about different cultures, as these offer new experiences such as different foods and places to visit.
The participation in the dominant culture and the preservation of one’s own ethnic heritage according to Cultural Pluralism benefits the U.S. democratic development because the immigrants can behave and share their cultures while participate other cultures; besides, it promotes commercial development which helps the economic growth. According to “Ethnic Identity and Majority Culture,” Milton Gordon claims that Unites States is not only being “a cooperation of cultural diversities,” but also “a federation or commonwealth of national cultures.” This quote implies that the United States respect every culture and let everyone share their own culture. As a result, immigrants blend into this society with their original cultures. Moreover, they learn and absorb other different cultures while preserve their own culture. These will make new immigrants believe that America will not meddle with their freedom of learning and behaving different cultures, because America is a democratic country.
This loan led to a widening in the gap between the rich and the poor which became increasingly apparent due to Benin accepting the SAP. Another key problem with top down development strategies is the fact that they look for large scale solutions rather than directing their schemes to the specific needs of the poor. By adopting these plans, this can reinforce the stigma that government only introduce these top down schemes for economic development as opposed to the requirements of the public. However, while there is definitive evidence of how top down
1.3 When working with others diversity is important as all individuals should be valued regardless of race, gender, age, sex or any other characteristic. There are many benefits to having a diverse workforce in an organisation. A diverse workforce can bring creativity when making decisions or finding solutions to issues. Different cultures can give you a completely different insight in decision making. With diversity you can get a different way of working which can inspire a team or organisations productivity.
We speak more clearly, body language is more positive. Treat others with respect. Notice the efforts and achievements of others. We need to have positive relationships within work so they do not affect our job, or what we are there to do. | Cultural:- | With different cultures, there are different expectations.
110). Privilege generally allows people to assume a certain level of acceptance, inclusion and respect in the world, to operate within a relatively wide comfort zone. Privilege increases the odds of having things your own way, of being able to set the agenda in a social situation and determine the rules and standards and how they're applied. Privilege also grants the cultural authority to make judgments about others and to have those judgments stick (Johnson pg. 115).
The social, political, and economic consequences brought on weren’t always the best. The British believed they bought prosperous things to Africa and India through imperialism such as social affluence, internal improvements, and a strengthened government system. In reality they brought many troubles such as stripment of their land, overthrowing their already stable government, and a decrease in the standard of living. The British, and even some natives in Africa and India, thought that imperialism was socially enhancing these nations; but in reality they weren't bringing much prosperity. Document 3 is the writing of an Indian author, Romesh Dutt.
Unit 503; Champion Equality, Diversity and inclusion Diversity Diversity means difference. Diversity recognises that though people have things in common with each other, they are also different and unique in many ways. Diversity is about recognising and valuing those differences. Diversity therefore consists of visible and non-visible factors, which include personal characteristics including background, culture, personality and work-style in addition to the characteristics that are protected under discrimination legislation in terms of race, disability, gender, religion and belief, sexual orientation and age. Equality Equality is about creating a fairer society, where everyone can participate and everyone can fulfil their potential.
Diversity means more than just acknowledging and tolerating difference. Diversity is valuable and desirable hold that recognizing and promoting these diverse cultures between people of different background lifestyle leading to greater knowledge and peace. organizational behaviour conclude that promoting cultural diversity reduces absenteeism rates, lower employee turnover, reduce the costs associated with hiring new employees and reduce legal responsibility in discrimination lawsuits.
Assorted qualities opens our brains towards distinctive societies, and without it, we might be encased in our own particular world and feel that it was the best way to live. When you are laid open to the diverse lifestyles, this shows tolerance and can begin to thrashing "isms, for example,