For example cohabitation is seen normal and is accepted in society today but is not accepted in elder generations. When something is seen as deviant there is normally a stigma that is attached to it and then labelled. Such as polygamy in geographical areas is seen differently, in Pakistan it is seen as acceptable to have one or more partners, but in the UK it is seen wrong and people start labelling people from there. The media has had an enormous impact on society and on the public perspective. The media tends to use deviance amplification; this means that the media exaggerates stories to make them more dramatic which gives moral panic.
It may be that you do not challenge discrimination often, that you do not feel that can challenge discrimination or that you do not recognise discrimination when it occurs around you. It might also be that you are afraid to challenge discrimination for some reason, or that you do not believe there is value in equal opportunities. Whatever the case, it is time you realise that discrimination against anyone hurts everyone. Until every person is guaranteed equality, no one is. Think on this the next time you observe discrimination taking place and ask yourself if you really want to sit back and let it happen.
Conclusion -> draw together main ideas/arguments An outsider does not fit into society and they will do what they see to be right. Although the legal system is meant to be fair, it is only fair to society. If some one is different society tries to outcast them. More often than not, justice does not reach as far as the outsider. Justice is what is seen to be right and just by society and this means that society is catered for.
Some may begrudge a colleague for doing a task a certain way because they think it is wrong but in another culture it is considered acceptable . Our life experiences have most likely affected the way we think about people and we all have our own personal like and dislikes too .All this can have a significant effect on how we think of things. It is unlikely that we can
Many will agree with this, although almost everyone has participated in the morally wrongness of this situation and many few can be excluded from this act of injustice. Overall, the morals of the common person needs to change. It needs to change to be less selfish and be willing to give without getting. This change will not happen for many people. The amount of narcissism in our society has increased from generation to generation, lessening the amount of self willingness to only give for a non profitable reason.
The overall opinion of Crash was that racism will never change, and that there is no way to stop it. It also showed how all cultures is prejudice to each other, in more ways than one. In some ways this is an agreeable statement but for the most part is false. This is because racism can be stopped there just has to be many people dedicated to stopping it and would have to take a significant amount of steps to stop it.
Many writers argues that stereotypes causes many trouble to people's lives in kinds of aspects and bring them a lot of troubles. Cofer points out that media use the image of Latina women lead people to misunderstanding them. She describes the terrible experiences that the boss of Puerto Rican women proposed the unfair condition to decide their future of jobs in the factories and men would often misinterpret their tight skirts and jingling bracelets as a lure. In the same way, Gup provides the example that people believe the stereotypes and these stereotypes also place a crushing burden on Asian-Americans. Gup argues the stereotype makes people feel uncomfortable because that his teacher think he could and should do better just because he is a Jew.
Transgender is something that difficult to be accepted because the act is in violation of existing law. Transgender people damage faith self and giving a bad example to people about their perspectives. Although we find these groups do not interfere with other people's lives, their actions give a negative value to society. We should be aware of this growing culture and society as a cultural practice that this matter should be contained eastern may violate other religions. The second effect is Make society feel afraid of them.
Prejudice; Is It Something We Should Still Be Tolerating? Although there are many different types of people in our world today, not everyone is or will be accepted or tolerated; there are still those people who are judged either because of how they look, act or are the subject of unsubstantiated beliefs and rumors that are circulated and perpetuated by people who are uninformed, or afraid of what they perceive as a threat cause someone is different. While we know that prejudice exists, all too often it goes on around us, we may even turn a blind eye, not wanting to get involved, or worst, have that negative attention aimed at us or a loved one. We may have even added to a situation unknowingly by our attitudes and behaviors towards a group or individual that isn’t part of a social group based on a bias belief of the group we ourselves may be a part of. So how can we avoid this behavior if and when we recognize it as such?
If someone is acting suspicious or look nasty or thuggish, yes they are going to gain people’s attention. . “I can avoid spending time with people whom I was trained to mistrust and who have learned to mistrust my kind or me.” I do not agree with the author of this essay. Yes, some things do seem to favor one race or gender than others but the majority of the situations were just overkill. Yes, the white race it’s the majority.