Explain the causes and effects of discrimination on children? Related Questions

Explain the causes and effects of discrimination on children?
Asked By ML,Last Answer By ashimagupta02 At 02.26,11 Answers

It is something people learn from their own parents or other social group, such as organized religious groups. It hurts those children in many ways physically, emotionally and socially. I am sure there are many explanations in Early Childhood textbooks as this is my personal opinion from watching discrimination in all aspects of my life. It really is sad to see one of my students of age three or four hurt by words that were learned at home by another student. Our country has a lot of maturing to do.

How Do i Explain to my Young Children..?
Asked By NoWorries,Last Answer By pammyr_us At 2011.04,1 Answers

I have 3 children and 4th on the way ! my eldest is 7 and boy n girl twins who are 4 ! the twins are a little confused about mummys big belly but i tried to explain to them about a little baby growing inside, they were getting about it until their 7 yr old brother told them that babies come from mummys poop ! now everytime i come out of the bathroom the twins run in to look down the toilet ! iv told them No but they still believe there older brother .. they recently started school and just last week i was standing at the school gates when one of their friends mum came up to me and said that her child started looking down the toilet ? .. the twins wont listen to me.. iv tried to get their brother to tell them he was jokin but they are still convinced there in mummys poop .. How can i fix his ?..

Struggling to explain adoption to my children....?
Asked By Two Pretty in Pink,Last Answer By De At 2011.04,1 Answers

I have 2 little girls whom are adopted. They are now 2 and 3 years old, and starting to gather information about where babies come from by seeing pregnant women, etc. I have explained to them that they didn't grow in my tummy, they grew in my heart....but I don't think they get it yet. I don't think they need an all out explanation just yet, but I feel like i'm not doing enough to educate them on the fact that they are adopted. I don't know many other adoptive families, so I don't have a great source of information on how to raise children to understand/accept the facts of adoption.

Their adoptions are not secret, and I completely understand and respect that they have experienced the loss of their biological families and will mourn that loss over time. I will support them in their search for knowledge and answers when the time comes, I just want them to be well adjusted and not feel ashamed of the fact they are adopted or feel like it's something that should be hushed and not talked about.

Advice greatly appreciated.

Who should explain to the children what is happening when they are put into foster care?
Asked By Brittany,Last Answer By Tara At 2011.04,1 Answers

Biological parents?
foster parents?
social worker?
someone not listed here?

if you answer, please let me know if you have experience with the foster care system

How to explain addiction and alcoholism to young children?
Asked By DeliCinq,Last Answer By Kimberly At 2011.04,1 Answers

I would appreciate the insight and experiences of families who have been touched by substance dependency and have had to explain it to young, developing minds.

We've had this conversation in the past with our children, whose biological mother who is also my relative, has struggled with addiction since her late teens. However, as a series of new situations come our way, the children are pressuring for more information about their mother's condition.

I feel a little lost and I cannot get a hold of written information at the moment. My husband and I mostly answer from the heart. We do not judge or demonize any drug addicts and much less the mother of our children. However, it is hard to talk about the consequences of drugs and alcohol in excess to small children. Have you had to do something similar? How did it work? What resources, words, ideas did you use? And how do you think your children understood the message?

What are the effects of ADHD within sociaty for children and their families?
Asked By Angela S,Last Answer By JAYBEEZ M At 2009.12,1 Answers

Isolation for one, depending on how those in your environment respond to the condition. Because there is a misconception ADHD is just about an "out of control" child, with just behavioural problems. Mostly due to people thinking the condition is down to poor parenting.
Families with a child or children with the diagnosis of ADHD quickly learn they have to be pro active in supporting their child and educating those around them, as well as continually educating themselves with Education systems, medication, diet, behaviour and learning disability developments.
Children with ADHD are part of the Autistic Spectrum Disorder, they usually have a dual diagnosis alongside the ADHD, it could by dyslexia, autism or another within the spectrum. Medication for ADHD is a tool in management of the condition but there is no cure, and more often than not the secondary diagnosis is not given the same attention or support as the first.
Families struggle, watching their child. Doctors specialising in ADHD are limited. Society needs to appreciate to all intends and purpose these children look "A" ok, but I was told by a parent of a severely disabled child. My job was tougher than hers, you could see her child's disability, she managed 10 Min's looking after my son before she asked for help.
My son is my full-time job, Id love to go back to my career, if society doesn't start to truly understand the condition, I don't ever see that happening.

Some people are busy to explain Ching, who has practiced I ask? If not, then, to explain on what basis?
Asked By bozi zhang,Last Answer By lucy liu At 2011.05,1 Answers

The original may be some difficult for modern man, but I am afraid that is contrary to the translation read it!

Is this discrimination because im not in athletics?
Asked By Jane Doe,Last Answer By USC Trojans Fan At 2011.05,1 Answers

so our region has this fun vollyball thing called "TGIF" and i love it i also love vollyball. im an 8th grader suppost to be 9th grader going to 10th i had been held back when i was younger. I am also about to turn 15 in a couple weeks they informed me today that i will be put with 5th graders? instead of my age group because im not doing athletics next year??? i think that is stupid? what shall i do?

Snowboarder discrimination...?
Asked By lanatista,Last Answer By ♫♫♫♫♫♫ At 2011.03,1 Answers

i'm a 13 year old girl and can snowboard better than anyone I know. i'm really fast, and always in control. i'm good on moguls, and can turn like nobody's business! i can keep up with anyone, can go on any ski run, and have been doing it for almost 7 years. but for some reason people always just assume that i'm not very good or something. i bought a skateboard a few months ago, and i told the guy that i was pretty good at skateboarding because i snowboard and it was true. he didn't believe me that i snowboard! that's not the only time that this has happened. i always surprise people when they ski/snowboard with me because they assume that i'm not very good! do people just assume that i'm not good at my sport because i'm a girl and 13 years old? don't you think that's stupid?

~ God help me! Hepatitis B discrimination ah! !
Asked By Adah George,Last Answer By Frances bush At 2011.05,1 Answers

Oh, hey ... ... so sad not find work. 'd Cheated by fraudsters to mobile phone! Really good gas ah! To check into this company, that plant must check, and even the medical examination is not enough money ah! Know they are carriers of hepatitis B virus it! ! Hum ... ah ... how can I do! This disease has not the root pruning, ah! ! In fact, I really think, but really do not know how to locate the moment I told myself, but hard! How do I ... ...

Is this religious discrimination?
Asked By Deino,Last Answer By Julia S At 2011.05,1 Answers

If I open a Christian store, a store that caters specifically to people who are seeking Christian goods like Bibles and gifts, then I would prefer to have Christian employees.
A young librarian told me that only hiring Christians for this job is religious discrimination, something I could be sued for.

Although the basic labor of stocking bookshelves and handling a cash register can be done by people of all and any religious mindset, the fact remains that not all of the people who enter my store will be looking for product. Many will be looking for information regarding Christianity. They will want somebody to pray with. They will be churches and religious organizations looking for like-minded individuals to discuss and plan events etc. A tremendous amount of the "customer service," for lack of a better term, will require a both knowledgeable and faithful person.
Somebody who is not a faithful Christian cannot pray with people or minister to people or, among other things, be a faithful Christian; however, these are things that people who enter a Christian store are looking for.
Accordingly, somebody who cannot satisfy that basic requirement that separates a Christian store from any other store, be it secular or otherwise, will not be qualified for a position.

That's fact, but I don't know what a lawyer will say about it...

Is there protection for religious retail organizations from religious discrimination charges because of the facts stated above? Or is there not?

Is this considered age discrimination?
Asked By exclamation point,Last Answer By serendipity At 2011.04,1 Answers

i cannot, for the life of me, find blinky sneakers that will fit adult sized feet.
and then, the other day, i saw the cutest pair of bunny slippers , but they were
only in kid sizes. and don't even get me going on the way that target teases us with their ruby red slippers. really.
do you think that's fair?

Death Penalty discrimination?
Asked By Bryan F,Last Answer By mutterhals At 2010.10,1 Answers

I put that title there so people will actually read the finer details. Do you think women are excluded from being sentenced to death? Please note that this is not a question about if you support it or not. There are so many men, especially of color, being sentenced with the death penalty. You don't hear about too many women getting the death penalty. Are we, as an American society or even other societies around the world, treating women equally in this case? Are women put on a pedestal because of their gender? What are your thoughts on this?

Overweight employee discrimination?
Asked By Daniel B,Last Answer By jeff m At 2010.10,1 Answers

Are young employees (<30) more likely to not get hired than someone over 30 that is overweight. I have a friend who is an HR worker saying that employees that are overweight and young, under 30, are more likely to get discriminated against do to the fact that young people are supposed to energetic, acitve and go-getters hence they shouldn't be overwieght. That could point to them being lazy and not ambitious. What do you think on this?

The difference between a prejudice and discrimination?
Asked By Raisins,Last Answer By im here At 2011.04,1 Answers

The difference between a prejudice and discrimination
is that a prejudiced person may not act on their attitude but a discriminating person will act on their prejudice.

Is this right?

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