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Identify the factors that contribute to a diverse society

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´╗┐Betelhem Deressa UNIT 2 TASK ONE (P1) Diversity and Equality Identify the factors that contribute to a diverse society Culture Culture is the way of life in a particular society or group of people including their belief, behaviour, dress, and language. Culture also when you born or growth up the place you learn the way of living. Culture sometimes a person learns from his family or surrounding when he growth up. A child born in UK and growth in Africa he should learn African culture, such as the food he eat, the music he listen and the dress what he wear. Every society has a different culture where people share a specific language, traditions, behaviour and belief. Everyone have to respect others culture. ...read more.

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They are their own celebrating like Christian can celebrate Easter and Jewish people celebrate Passover. Religion emphasizes the importance of being good and of being right all religions try to make human being better life. Sometimes discrimination can happen in the religions when people assume that their religion is right than the others and that everyone could believe in and follow them. Gender Gender is biological differences in male and female weather we born boys or girls. Before men has more responsibility than women. Woman does house work and men can do outside house such as office work. In this time woman have to right work but still have responsibility to look after their children. For example two couples working full time and when they came home the woman has cook dinner and the men watching TV. ...read more.

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If you are 16-24 years old have more chance to get education, course and job opportunity that who is adult. For example two people apply for a job one the age of 45 and the other 24 they have equal qualification and the older one have more experience .But the company decide to take the younger one because the manager think he can work more and stay long time in the company. Social class Social class is the person`s income and what job they are doing and the way of living and the amount of money they have. A few people in the upper class have inherited wealth they are upper class even they are not working. Middle class is the majority of the population such as industrial, professional, businessmen and shop owner. The lower class are who is working in the factory, hotel and in agriculture. Learning disability Learning disability is affects the way they understand ...read more.

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This is an informative piece of work. It includes information regarding the diverse society we live in today and provides some examples that are within context and relevant. A weakness is that the English is not very good throughout the assignment which makes it difficult to understand in some respects and there is no conclusion to the report to suggest that the aims have been achieved. Overall it is an average piece of work ***

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