In this context, this concept refers to those values, beliefs and behaviour that are different from one generation to the next. It requires an understanding of the forces that have led to the shift.
Lack of equality can often lead to __________ in a society.This ________ may be between individuals, such as a husband and wife, or it could be violent confrontation between competing groups in a society, or political groups clashing over different views.
This refers to the position or status a person holds in society based on criteria that indicate social and economic achievement.
This refers to the criteria used to split society into groups according to apparent differences, for example, according to "race", gender, religion or ability.
In this depth study, this concept refers to the reason why attitudes, beliefs and behaviour may continue from one generation to the next.
In this sense, this concept refers to a system of dividing society into strata, or levels, based mostly on economic status. A group of persons are perceived by others to share similar qualities, wealth or achievements.
There is significant argument over whether "____" represents genuine biological differences or is, in reality, a social construct. Biologically, it refers to those persons who share specific genetic characteristics, such as skin colour or hair type.
Literally this means to prejudge something. It leads to bias for or against a person or thing, and usually reflects a viewpoint based upon stereotypes. Typically it refers to negative attitudes towards a group or its members.
This refers to a person's sense of self. It is something that can be adversely affected if society places low value on those factors upon which a person has based their sense of self.
This refers to the way various individuals and groups within a society can work together to achieve a common aim.
This refers to those rights that it is generally agreed all human beings should be entitled to regardless of their racial, political or religious beliefs. Thirty basic human rights were codified by the United Nations in the Declaration of Human Rights.
This refers to any system of placing persons or things in a graded order. In social terms, it implies that society places greater value on one group than on another.
This is the active version of prejudice, where a person acts upon their prejudices. It can be negative or positive.
This refers to persons who who share a common origin, a specific ancestry and culture that mark them as distinctly different from those who do not share those origins.
When referring to society, this concept implies an ___________ of opportunity to access what the society has to offer. Typically this includes such areas as health, education, employment opportunities and political representation.
Created by Hunter Lynch about 3 years ago