Describe the potential effects of discrimination There are many effects of discrimination, it can have a great effect on a individuals physical development, they may have a very low self-esteem which could lead to suicide, self-harming, or if they are being bullied physically their bodies will suffer from bruising and cuts. It can affect their diet leading to poor eating habits resulting in health issues. Emotionally individuals can suffer from trauma. They may begin to lose self-worth and don’t believe in themselves so they give up or start to believe what others are saying. Socially it can effect an individual as they can be made to feel like they don’t belong and nobody wants to be their friend and they are excluded.
As they get older their insecurities may lead to self harm and possibly developing some form of addiction. They would also find it difficult to maintain any long term relationships. Economical Factor Poverty Possible Impact:- A family living on low income might not be able to provide for their children as hoped. Accommodation may be more which can have an effect on the mental and physical health of children and their parents. Children in poverty can be vulnerable and prone to illness or disability due to things such as malnutrition from a poor diet lacking in nutrients as a result of their parents being unable to afford quality food.
They may suffer insecurities about themselves and be withdrawn and shy. They may struggle to communicate, share and understand the needs and feelings of others. As they grow older the insecurities may lead to self-hatred and self-harm. They will lack people to confide in or go to for advice. They may find themselves drawn into ‘the wrong crowd’ because they seem welcoming, and as a result find themselves manipulated.
Resilience is about being independent, standing on your own two feet or taking back the power. It is important because it can help reverse some of the effects that bullying can have on children and young people. It is also a life skill and will be useful to a child in many areas of life, it will give them confidence not only to stand up for themselves but also to champion the rights of others, it can help to increase the child’s value in themselves and helps to promote and restore self-esteem. If children are resilient they will be able to cope better with problems, they will have better health and they will be happier and more fulfilled. They will also be less likely to develop emotional problems like depression or anxiety.
As with other eating disorder sufferers, they negatively evaluate their body shape and weight. They may find comfort in food if they are stressed or unhappy, then feel guilty after bingeing. As the disorder becomes a dominant part of their life, the sufferer may become withdrawn and isolated. Eating disorder 2: Anorexia nervosa sufferers have a distorted body image, which is at the heart of the condition. They constantly worry about their weight and are obsessed with being thin.
I would be doing this because of the consequences it will have (Feldman, 2013). The motivation proposal I am working on will be for my family and friends; I want to motivate them in both intrinsic and extrinsic. Making an exercise program that will accomplish will be intrinsic because they will feel good about themselves after working out and extrinsic because they will also gain other rewards from doing it, such as being healthier, staying fit, and losing weight. So both types of motivates will play a role in the proposal. The results I hope to gain from this proposal are my friends and family giving it a try and hopefully staying with it.
By listening to people’s feedback not only can you find better ways of working increasing your speed and efficiency but you can work with other people to build upon ideas. 1.3 Explain how learning and development can improve own work, benefit organisations and identify career options Learning and development can improve your own work by increasing speed and efficiency and persons own knowledge base. This can benefit the company because you are less likely to make mistakes which not only saves you time but other people that may be asked to help you rectify the mistake and also having to repeat work. This will bring down costs to the company and the quality of work you hand in will be better. For example the data quality department of the hospital’s motto is “GETTING IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME” as getting something such as patients information can have large
Some of the effects are a decline in muscle function, reduction in cardiac muscle mass, and a worsened immune system. These symptoms of malnutrition can lead to even worse and more serious illnesses. Although it has many psychological effects, malnutrition can also dangerously impact the body. Therefore, nutrition plays a very important role on the health aspects of the body: The relative importance of each class of problem varies and multiple factors often occur simultaneously. Physical factors, usually associated with illness, are the predominant cause of malnutrition in UK adults, although psychosocial issues have significant effects on dietary intake in some groups (e.g.
Discrimination can not only affect the person being discriminated against, it can affect their family, the wider community and the person using the discriminatory behaviour. When people are discriminated against they are denied the same advantages as others, therefore do not have the chance to reach their full potential. Thus, they do not progress or experience success which results in damage to their self-esteem which may dampen their motivation to learn. If they do not learn the required skills needed for certain rules they become excluded. 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.
Due to that point of view, they decide to abstain interacting with people. That is doubtlessly not a reasonable solution because they are now seen as acrimonious or maybe even a bit standoffish by others. A shy person can actually handicap themselves with negative thinking and end using their shyness as a crutch and an excuse for not pursuing more social occasions, “I can’t handle all these situations because I’m so shy” (Jonne 257). Although at some point it might be advantageous temporarily, the more they