They refer to this minority as diseased or sick. The second group is the hysterical haters. The “hater” envies those who are able to act out on desires that he himself has to repress. The third group is narcissistic hate where unawareness of a group leads to contempt for them. Although Sullivan feels that this definition is not the final definition of hate, but it serves to better define the word and helps understand the true meaning behind the word.
Especially between two countries. When there is a scarce resource and another country has it and is not willing to trade or part ways with it, a war can ultimately begin. Between two people a fight can ensue over competition over the scarce resource. All of this despite awareness of how scarce the resource may actually be. Personality clashes can cause inevitable conflict especially between individuals.
It can destroy a person’s self esteem, community cohesion and even creates divisions in society. Racism has influenced wars, slavery, the formation of nations and legal codes. In addition, racism has been used as a powerful weapon encouraging fear and hatred of others in times of conflict and war. For this reason, during the Civil War, a huge presence of racism existed. One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest shows the different types of racism present during the Civil War.
Discriminatory behaviour results in unfair, unjust treatment. It could be done against those who are different with respect to their age, sex, nationality, ethnic background, religion, ability, financial status and size. 1.2 Describe the potential effects of discrimination. Effects of discriminatory practice: - Low self-esteem - Negative behaviours Negative behaviours Negative behaviour is being aggressive and violent towards a person or a thing. For example if someone is getting discriminated for any reason such as age, culture, sex, appearance or many more their behaviour may become negative towards themselves or others.
This movie shows us the different point of view of people in our society; it gives us an insight of the stereotypes that have built within our society and within the world. It invites us to see and understand how such a small stereotype and negative attitude can go a long way and affect people differently. In the movie Crash it is apparent that emotions run high in the tussle of racial and ethnic inequality such as frustration, aggression, and authoritative personalities, however the symbolic integrationist perspective present solutions to the problems of racial and ethnic inequality. According to Diana Kendall in Social Problems In a Diverse Society, the frustration-aggression hypothesis is “Individuals who are frustrated in their efforts to achieve a highly desired goal tend to develop a pattern of aggression toward others (51).” In other words, when people feel as though they are being prevented from achieving a goal, their frustration will usually turn into aggression. In the movie Crash, Farhad, the Iranian storeowner tried to live his best to pursue the American dream by running his own store.
It seems to create this huge conflict, whether its racism or not. In many cases like these the white person alsways seems to get off easily. The stereotypical prespective would be that the African American was up to no good or causeing trouble. I believe that we are deep in this mindset that “black” is considered dangerousand white is conidered”ideal” this is what the media portrays to society. It creates the ‘us’ vs ‘them’.
Discrimination- unlawful discrimination occurs when a person is harassed or treated arbitrarily or different because of their membership in a “protected class”. A protected class is a group of two people who share common characteristics and are protected from discrimination and harassment by the law. Prejudice refers to negative judgments and/or views about a group formed without knowledge, though, or reason. A stereotype is a (often negative) generalization about a group based upon samples that do not represent the group, in which the generalization becomes so well-known it becomes a “conventional image” for the group in question., often accepted as the truth by the illogical bunch. Stereotypes could be a form of prejudice if they are negative generalizations.
Explicit is any form of a hate crime. Being implicit is the other form of prejudice. This is something that’s done unconsciously and it’s a nonverbal type of behavior. For example, a person feeling uncomfortable in the presence of someone other than their race. Stereotyping a person can lead to becoming prejudice.
However, it is almost certain the world issues originate from something that is considered to be unjust. This injustice can rift and unite the people who encounter it. Unfairness is derived from people who share similar opinions on an issue based on past experiences. In addition to this, people require power to seek justice and therefore, others with the same objectives join together to challenge the unjust. Also, in a world of inequality, people who share common views unite to seek justice and a sense of security, as well as belonging.