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Culture and diversity. Ways people are defined and differentiated

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´╗┐Intro We now live in a magnificent multicultural society. Multicultural means different cultures in one area. This could mean we could come from different orgins , cultures and religions. Everyone in this society is now individual because of this Family Family is a group of people who are drawn together by relation, marriage, birth or adoption. Families have different cultures and because of that they have different social rules which can cause positives or negatives. There are 4 types of family : nuclear which is two parents who are together in their first marriage and do have any family except their own children in the house .extended family is the same as nuclear but with an aunt, uncle ,grandparent etc. ...read more.

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There are three social classes : upper class is manly inherited status. Middle class are usually profeesionals and working class are people who are unskilled or do manual labour Sexuality Sexuality is based on a person?s sexual behaviour. and can range from homosexuality (attracted to the same sex) to asexual (attracted to no one).sexuality can determine many things some sexuality?s are and often ridiculed which the individual may find difficult to live with or talk about. There are five main sexuality groups: homosexual (attraction to the same sex), bi-sexual (attraction to both sexes) , heterosexual (attraction to opposite sex) ,transsexual ( someone who wishes to change sex) and asexual (someone who is attracted to no one) ...read more.

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In this time most men and women are trying to treat each other equally. But in the past women where supposed to be at home and where not allowed to vote till 1928. But today women MUST! Be treated equally. The term for not treating gender equally is called sexism Age Age can determine how people act and speak around you. A young child is often spoken down too and parents often act differently to their children rather than to other adults. A middle aged man is often spoken to in a respectable manor. Also it can effect the way you feel . aman who is very old who hasn?t done much with his life may want to do something called a ?bucket list? this means he wants to do all the things he hasn?t done with his life before ?kicking the bucket? (death) ...read more.

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Much of this work looking at the pros and cons of smoking is satisfactory. As the unit information for this work is not available, I will make general comments as to how to the work could be improved.
A good introduction would be beneficial as it would allow the reader to understand the purpose of the essay. Please check spelling and grammar carefully as there are several errors that affect the readability of the work. Remember that gender actually refers to the behaviours attached to either sex, hence when a sex is treated unfairly it is known as sexism. Add a full stop at the end of each sentence.
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