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What are societies attitudes towards diversity?
Here in Oregon we don't mind diversity, but we do mind homosexuality. We don't go on witch hunts for them, but as long as they don't do something like try to "celebrate gay pride" then it is okay if they just wanna stay away from us. The thing that sets us off the most is usually when someone tries to claim that it is a "disease" or something that they were born with and they have no power over, witch is a total lie. It is only brought on by outside influences or a very secluded childhood. Not by birth.
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a diverse society is a society in which there are different kinds of people. example=blacks whites asians Mexicans and Jews. these are different races which is diversity The… concept of diversity encompasses acceptance and respect. It means understanding that each individual is unique. A diverse society is accepting that we are all not the same but we are similar in what we do. We go to church, we eat certain foods. A Muslim wont eat meat unless it has been blessed by the Iman. A vegetarian wont eat meat because of their individual beliefs. We choose to do things in our own way but we don't come to realise how simialr we actually are.
In what sort of society might attachment style labeled avoidant be encouraged by cultural attitudes toward child rearing?
perhaps in one where people look up the answers to their human growth development class online, like me and you
What a negligent creature I am I should have been keeping a journal all this time to show to my rebel brothers. I have been studying all the morning and talking all the evenin…g seeking & sighing for rebels. Our king (old Payne) has just passed. I suppose he has killed every rebel in twenty miles of Gallatin and burned every town. Poor fellow! you had better be praying old Sinner! His Lordship left Tuesday. Wednesday three wagons loaded with furniture came over. I do not pretend to say that he sent them.no! indeed, i would not.i would not slander our king .any old citizen can see by going to his (paynes)palace that his furniture wa taken from archie miller house & other places near by.he always goes for rebels but invariably brings furniture.i suppose his task is furnish the contraband camp of this (colored)
Christians have many different feelings towards wars. You cannot generalize all Christians, though the gospel has many messages of peace within it. For example, Disciples …of Jesus should be peacemakers, not war makers. 'Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God' (Matthew 5:9). Human life requires peace to develop and war obstructs human development. Every human life, from the movement of conception until death, is sacred, created by God with a purpose and should not be destroyed ('Do not kill')
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Whaling is not a sport and should not be taken as one. It is very cruel and inhumane.
I think that the topic could be interesting. Try to examine a large number of different birthday cards, and see if a pattern emerges, in terms of the attitudes that they embod…y. I would expect to see a celebration of growing up, and a bitter-sweet sense of accomplishment and loss connected to growing old. Gender is harder to pin down, except perhaps that young girls are thought to be cuter than young boys. But see what you can observe.
I have a bias in favor of obeying US laws. Illegal aliens disagree with me. I have a bias in favor of folks choosing their religion and changing at will. Muslims disagree wi…th me and wish to kill those leaving Islam. I have a bias against religions having any role in government. Italians, Swedes, Irish and ENglish disagree with me, and favor tax-paid state religions. I have a bias in favor of education and Black youth disagree with me.
Initially cold and distance to the point of extreme rudeness. In stave 5 Scrooge sees the error of his ways and begs for forgiveness of Fred and his wife
Changing demographics is an urgent reason for the increased interest in managing diversity in the workplace.
What was an attitude toward society in the late 1700 based on the belief that the good virtue and morality of the people were essential to sustain the republican form of government?
Confucianism largely defined the mainstream discourse on gender in China from the Han dynasty onward, and its strict, obligatory gender roles continue to shape social life th…roughout East Asia. Confucians taught that a virtuous woman was supposed to uphold 'three subordinations': be subordinate to her father before marriage, to her husband after marriage, and to her son after her husband died. Men could remarry and have concubines, whereas women were supposed to uphold the virtue of chastity when they lost their husbands. Sydney Marco she's a hero she turns pollution down to zero
In "The Giver" the attitude toward mirrors is a reflection of everyone being the same.
What attitudes did the wealthy class demonstrate towards the poor in Victorian Society What did they attribute towards their poverty Did they feel any sense of responsibility for helping them?
They felt no sympathy or any sense of responsibility. They believed that it was their own doing by being poor. They were very self absorbed and didn't care (most people) for a…ny one else except them selves and their family. For example, if anyone in the high part of society saw a poor man begging in the streets they would just look at them with disgust, swear at them and spit on their ground (of course not everyone was this extreme). Even though there is so much poverty today we have many food banks and other organizations for the poor. Back during this period it was not the case. The poor were on their own during the Victorian Era.
Do you agree that prejudice attitudes toward African American and Native Americans were a common thread running through colonial societies?
Of course! And conversely, Native Americans and African Americans had and STILL HAVE prejudices toward other races. It is common and probably innate to be wary and feel prej…udicial toward anything that is different. Learning about the commonalities and goodness in each other is where the wary can drop the the wall of prejudice and friendship can begin to grow.
They felt they had a moral obligation to make change. /
yes thanks to advertising and capitalism the human can acquire cheap unhealthy food so readily that it is imposable to not have food around.