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Prepare materials, giving a comprehensive account, to show how care workers behaviour could reflect their own views and prejudice when providing care for Sanjit and Manjella. Consider the prejudices and the effects of prejudice

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Prepare materials, giving a comprehensive account, to show how care workers behaviour could reflect their own views and prejudice when providing care for Sanjit and Manjella. Consider the prejudices and the effects of prejudice relating to: * Culture * Religion * Education * Family * Environment * Finances Culture * Culture is the way of life of a particular society or group of people, including patterns of thought, beliefs, behaviour, customs, traditions, rituals, dress, and language, as well as art, music, and literature. * Culture is a shared pattern of belief, feeling and adaptation, which people carry in their minds. * Culture is an organized group of ideas, habits and conditioned responding shared by members of a society. Culture is shared values and beliefs in a given group. * People in every culture are raised with a set of values, beliefs, and attitudes. Some are held deeply, and in many cases, they have never been questioned. Others may be negotiable or debatable. But all affect how a person receives a new message. Sanjit moved from India to England five years ago with his family, he has diabetes and has regular check ups with his GP. The practice nurses sees Sanjit every two months to give him advice on his diet, Sanjit and his family live in a village in the ...read more.

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Also her fellow service users used to make fun of her and tease her as she was the only Hindu in the residential home. Education Education gives us the knowledge of the world around us. It develops in us a perspective of looking at life. It helps us build opinions and have points of view on everything in life. People debate over the subject of whether education is the only thing that gives knowledge. Some say, education is the process of gaining information about the surrounding world while knowledge is something very different. They are partly right. But the conversion of information to knowledge is possible because of education. Education makes us capable of interpreting rightly the things perceived. Education is not about lessons and poems in textbooks. It is about the lessons of life. Education is important because it equips us with all that is needed to make our dreams come true. Education opens doors of brilliant career opportunities. It fetches better prospects in career and growth. Every employer of today requires his prospective employees to be well educated. He requires expertise. So, education becomes an eligibility criterion for employment into any sector of the industry. When Sanjit was younger he lived in India and was educated very little as his parents were really poor, due to very little education ...read more.

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It's impossible to get through life without earning and spending money - and nobody is going to care about your finances as much as you are, so the smart thing to do is learn about it so you can protect yourself from scammers, bad investments and rip-off artists. Here's an example: years ago, Sanjit once took out a loan to get new windows. It was a 5-year loan for $3,000. After making payments for 3 years, he wanted to pay off the loan early to save on interest cost. The amount he still owed was almost $2,000. How could that be? They had made way more than half the payments but still owed almost the entire amount they borrowed! It was because the loan was set up in such a way to penalize anyone who wanted to pay it off early. He got screwed because they didn't understand the loan documents, and just assumed if they paid it off early they would save some money. In Majella residential home, one of the reasons why the service users and the care workers didn't like Majella because she was from a poor country and she was very poor herself, for her being poor didn't mean they treat her unfairly, it is against the law, all humans should be treated fairly with no injustice. ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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