People spend a lot of time worrying about what other people think about them. These views cause you to either be confident about yourself or not feel so comfortable with yourself. There are peers that put you down, also know as bullies, but there are also friends that can boost up how you feel about yourself. Most people like of peer pressure as negative. A lot of it is, I don’t blame you.
(Some) people are good and some are not so good; some do bad things to other people and behave badly generally, while other people behave well and treat people well. Some people believe that we are bad because of our environment – the things that come to influence us throughout our lives, and some people believe we are the way we are because of our birth – that it is our genes that determine whether or not we will be bad people. There are three main reasons why I believe that our environment and our experiences are the main factors in determining what kind of people we are. The first reason is that inherently bad people can sometimes be born into good families, and good people can come from people who do not behave well. People can be good or bad irrespective of their family background.
With groups it can affect organisations, communities and society as a whole. Even the people who inflict discrimination can be affected by negative impact -they could fail to experience the benefits of diversity, equality and inclusion. It could also affect their broadening of their horizons. Negative impact can be :- Loss of self esteem Poor self image Confusion, anger and depression Disempowerment Loss of motivation, achievement Missed opportunities Marginalisation 1.3 The importance of inclusive practice is it enables people to be valued, confident, feel safe and have all their needs met. They can then participate in society without feeling prejudice or
People usually tend to get errors as they predict how bad when they missed opportunities in their life. Our emotions biologically protect us from bad things. When we make a mistake, this mistake is illustrated as a disaster by our emotions to remind us not to get it again. Next, Gertner writes that whether good or bad things come to us, we ultimately adapt to them as a part of normal events happen throughout a human life. Adaptation is a heritage of human development.
If people do not realized they are being governed, and feel like they are governing themselves the best will come out. This form of government gives people a chance to show that they are generally good by nature, and everyone can live together without fighting. Also, if people gave up material things, the world would be a better place. If the world today wasn’t so caught up with having the next hot item, or how they looked, then people would have more time to better themselves, and it would create a more equal opportunity for everybody. However, one flaw in Lao-Tzu’s government is the lack of interaction with other countries.
“The Sports Taboo” by Malcolm Gladwell explores the factors why some people are more successful than others, as well as the stereotypes that come along with it. He discovers that race and gender are not the main reasons but others of far greater significance are. First, in order to be successful an individual should care and have the desire to go further. Second, some genetic aspects can put a person at an advantage than others. Third, an environment that is conducive to the person helps shape the outcome of success.
Although we are capable of making our choices: These choices can be influenced by external forces i.e friends, family, media and religious beliefs. They have an impact on our personal beliefs and idea’s and can alter someone’s perception on things. People often lack knowledge on how food, alcohol and drugs will affect them. They often develop a psychological dependence on such things believing it is helping them. Habitual patterns are formed and this can have a huge impact on their health both physical and mental.
Discrimination can make an individual feel in many different ways. The effects can be emotional or/and physical. If a person with a disability is not allowed to join in with an activity this could make the person feel different from others. A few effects could be Depression, fear of rejection, humiliation. These effects can also be felt by the individuals’ families and friends too.
Peer pressure can influence a person to start smoking, drinking, or doing drugs and other things that are harmful to his/her body. However, peer pressure can also be helpful by influencing someone to do right instead of wrong. For example, a person can be an example to his/her friends and let them know he/she wants to do right and he/she wants to change how he/she acts or what he/she were like. Peer pressure can be a struggle for some people because they may be depressed by what they have done or what people done to hurt their feelings in the past. Peer pressure can make a person feel really bad about him/herself, but a person must remember that peer pressure can be good or bad.
3. Not all ethical dilemmas have a right decision involved. Further assistance to the sadhu by any of the individuals on the slope could also have resulted in their injury or death. One has to sometimes employ normative ethical theories like Utilitarianism, Kantianism, etc. The moral value of an action lies in its consequences and so in difficult situations the action should serve the greater good or benefit the majority.