Phisical activities or sports should never be a target or spot for racism. Therefore, in order to diminish this issue, we should create instituitions, educate and influence the media in order to persuade people to not discriminate. Our opinions or critics senses come from our views of our daily culture or family. School and family are responsible for the education that we get and sometimes our beliefs. In this aspect, educating and creating assossiations that discourage actions suporting racism might be a solution.
Also the “roles” each partner carried was negotiable, it was no longer the set norm for the husband to work and the wife be home barefoot and pregnant. Lastly was they had to have communication and openness with their problems issues were not swept under the rug like before. (Cherlin
‘The three parenting styles are permissive, authoritarian and authoritative’ (bookmark2). the styles followed by parents may not fit into any category, as parents can combine the styles depending on the situation , age and sex of the child> (bookmark 2). Permissive parents are seen to give more freedom, have no boundaries and offer no guidelines for the child. Authoritarian parents can be demanding, give out punishments, have restricted choices and have limited freedom of opinions.
A strength of questionnaires for studying parental attitudes is that they don’t have many ethical issues. This is because if the parent doesn’t want to fill out the questionnaire they don’t have to so informed consent would not be a problem. Also, even though the researcher could ask sensitive questions like the respondents own experiences of school, they do not have to answer. Yet, because questionnaires can be confidential and anonymous, parents may be more inclined to answer questions as it would not belittle them in any way or create judgement as the researcher is completely detached from the parent. However, the researcher would need to make it very clear to the parents that they do not have to answer questions and guarantee their anonymity.
Being at ease with yourself, who you are, and what you do day to day. You can have all the nicest things in the world., but If you hate your wife, your kids are into drugs, gangs or jail, your not to happy or successful for that matter. You could be on the other side of the spectrum like my father. You could own your own business and have all the money you could ever need, but no one to share it with. Just come home to your lonely house everyday and sit and watch TV by yourself.
To me this is inclusive practice and helps to stop discriminatory practice and respects the preferences of the resident. I find it frustrating when other carers decide for the resident to save time but to remain professional I would not talk to them about it in front of a resident and would stay calm when discussing the issue. I have been bought up in an environment where you always show respect even if you disagree with a person. I play a big part in the induction training of new carers. When carrying out this training I am careful not to push my own beliefs and attitudes onto the new carers and use the policies and procedures to explain the standards expected.
Superson’s goal is to defeat the skeptic and does not believe self-interest is sufficient enough to do so. I understand the approach Superson is making about self-interest but I don’t think she is looking at all aspects of the topic. I think people will always act in self-interested ways regardless of the circumstances; people act according to their dispositions, not by force, unless they are being coerced of course. It is human nature to instinctively maximize our personal utility. We act in ways that we see fit, whether or not an act is considered moral is completely dependent upon the individual.
The question really is why the parents would be held responsible for the crimes or actions of their children. People who disagree with me will say that since the parents are responsible for the child that they are responsible for the child’s actions. What I say to that is, parents should not be held responsible for their children’s actions and/or crimes because the parents cannot control every decision of their minor children. A parent can teach a child to do the right thing but that does not mean the child will always do the right thing. A parent cannot control everything that their child does.
Our behavior and our actions are the result of our choices, not our conditions. We can't keep blaming everything on our parents or family members. Proactive people recognize that they are "response-able." They don't blame genetics,
Negotiation seems pointless when confronting your parents with a proposal of any sort as they only draw out a solution that satisfies their first priority: safety. The idea here isn’t to point out any fault in the