It was as if their opinion didn’t matter to Lengel. He really doesn’t respect them at all because of their age, and the way that they are dressed. “After this come in here with your shoulders covered. It’s our policy”. Here Lengal fully attacks their clothing and doesn’t accept it.
Be thoughtful, ethical and give your very best. Failing to do so will negatively affect the grade of your teammates. NO part of any work submitted for this class can be copied and pasted from other work. ALL portions of work submitted must be PARAPRASED and properly cited. ANY Copied work is considered plagiarism-cheating.
At, first, Mr. Duvitch has trouble to talking with people. Because those around him would not talk to him and make rude remarks what he was wearing and where he work. “It followed that the Syringa Street young, meeting him on the street, sometimes stopped their noses as they passed him by—a form of torment all the more acute when Mr. Duvitch had to share it with the children that happened to be with him”（pg.3) When the people of the town let the Duvitch family felt unwelcome and discomfort from everyone. Their own neighbors stopping and staring at them whenever a member of the Duvitch family left home . Every one should have ability to work to town without other people’s discuss.
Each member of staff signs a contract to state that they will maintain confidentiality and that any breach of confidentiality will be subject to a disciplinary hearing and most likely the termination of their contract. Everyone involved with working with children understands that the need to share information may only be in the best interest of the child. Parents/carers also sign an agreement with the school which states that all information relating to the child and their family is confidential unless there is a concern about the child’s safety and wellbeing which is in direct relation to the Data Protection Act 1998. There can be some tension between parties when information is shared and the issue of ethnicity or cultural background is raised; one needs to be fully aware of implications when discussing a family’s ethnicity as it may be perceived as prejudiced and irrelevant to the matter at hand. Families may be unwilling to highlight their needs as they are from a culture that believes all problems must be dealt with internally (i.e.
4.1 1. because they already had equal rights, by doing this they showed there support for the blacks and In doing this, they agreed their threatmeant was totally inhumane. 2. they were racist and weren’t used to blacks being treated equal 3. the people are curiousto what is happen, as well as anger and amazement. 4.3 1. blacks weren’t usually allowed to be served but they had vip cards. 2. He was completly out numbered and had no idea what to do, this made him uneasy as he could not to resort to violence.
Despite the fact that many people are judging Atticus negatively, he doesn’t give up in defending Tom. The white folks don’t see his determination and passion, and continue to criticize him. They don’t consider Atticus’ feelings as they say rude things regarding his decisions, and therefore this situation revolves around the theme, you don’t know someone until you walk in his/her
Billy recognises the weight of the gift saying “I knew that Old Bill was giving me more than these keys I held holding someone’s past in my dirty hands.” However, in The Island, the locals are incredibly apprehensive to extend any kind of generous gesture solely based on the Stranger's appearance. He is not offered any assistance simply because the locals are of the mindset that he doesn't belong. It is their crippling xenophobia which prohibits them from acting with any kind of empathy, compassion or
This is also evident in ‘The Island’, although while it was a choice of proctor’s to not belong, it was not a choice for the outsider in this text, instead it was forced upon him. The outsider faces the consequence of inhumane treatment by the community. The community derives the outsider of basic needs such as food and refuse to employ him as they believe he is too skinny and weak to withhold a job, “Look at him, we need someone who can carry heavy loads.” The repetition of “us” and “we” seclude the outsider from the group and shows that he does not
These people were discriminated against, and shunned from the society (as soon in the movie ‘My name is Khan’). Everyone should realize that they should not generalize or form opinions about a society or a group of people, just because people from their community have done a bad deed. People are prejudiced against women going to parties or people having tattoos. These are baseless prejudices with no reason at all which lead to anger and frustration among
An outsider is a person who does not “mingle” with a type of group. In my opinion there are a lot of different types of outsiders. ‘Cause to be honest; it is not hard to be an outsider today. If you don’t act like your fellow classmates for example, you are quickly stamped as an outsider. It could be for not wearing the right clothes, having the wrong hair color or even having your own opinion.