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Understanding Development and Supporting Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

NCFE LEVEL 3 SUPPORTING TEACHING AND LEARNING IN SCHOOLS Please save the Learners Declaration to your PC, add your details, and upload with your completed assessments. Assignment 1 – Understanding development and supporting equality, diversity and inclusion. QUESTION 1 a. Explain the sequence and rate of each aspect of development from birth – 19 years The main […]

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Racism in the Legal System?

An analysis of the improvements already made and those that still need to come about, regarding the criminal justice systems ways of dealing with Blacks. Racism in the Legal System? It is obvious that significant improvements have been made in the way that the criminal justice system deals with Blacks during the history of the […]

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Assess the Radical Feminist Critique of Liberal Feminist Approaches to Welfare

Liberal feminists argue that women are born with the same natural abilities as men but men believe that they subordinated to the welfare state and controlled socially through its institutions. Radical feminist’s challenge this view and contend that women are biologically different. They suggest women are controlled by the welfare state through patriarchy and limited […]

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What normality and social construction is and how it works

I am convinced about the argument that Normality is socially constructed. This essay will look at how Normality is socially constructed in relation to disability and how it can impact on their life chances and choices in later life. The essay will begin by looking at what normality and social construction is and how it […]

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Racial discrimination

Among blacks, the centuries of abuse and exploration had created ways of life marked by the patterns of duplicity, including self-deception, as well as something far more forbidding and lethal. Slavery in the United States had led to the development of the psychology of timidity, passivity and even cowardice among the African American. This has […]

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Discrimination Sources Question

The phrase “All men are created equal” occurs in both Source A and Source B. In what ways do Sources B, C and D contradict this claim? The claim that “All men are created equal” is contradicted in Source B when King says ‘my four little children one day will be able to live in […]

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Has Oldham done enough since the Oldham riots?

In this piece of coursework I am going to investigate and explain: Has Oldham done enough to challenge racism since the Oldham riots. I am going to cover the following: What are the causes of racism, Why is Oldham a multicultural town, What happened during the Oldham riots, What were the causes of the Oldham […]

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Ways of reflecting on and challenging discriminatory issues in health

One way a social care setting can challenge anti discriminatory is through staff development and training this may be done formally through supervision sessions or more informally in the course of day to day working. The manager should supervise the work of their staff, offer advice and guidance in difficult situations and help the workers […]

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Explain the benefits of diversity to society

There are two main reasons to respect the diversity of others these are: 1.It is unjust and unfair and can be illegal to treat people of minority groups differently or in a discriminatory way. 2.It is important to realise that there are positive benefits to society when diversity is respected. Valuing diversity can open our […]

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