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Our purpose is to point out some situations that occur because of prejudge and to make aware of the fact that… a more human behavior is possible

Our purpose is to point out some situations that occur because of prejudge and to make aware of the fact that… a more human behavior is possible

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  1. 1. ATHENS UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Lesson : English V Professor : Irene Chioti;Leskovic Students: Nikola Tore – 2100325 Dimitris Rompogiannakis December 2012 RACISM Lesson : English V Professor : Irene Chiotis-Leskovic Students: Nikola Tore - 2100325 Dimitris Rompogiannakis - 2100208 December 2012 RACISM
  2. 2. Purpose Our purpose is to point out some situations that occur because of prejudge and to make aware of the fact that… a more human behavior is possible
  3. 3. Outline 1. Discrimination of racism 2. Racial discrimination 3. Social institutions – Roles 4. Family 5. Education – School 6. Media 7. Issues – Suggestions 8. Issues occurring in: 9. Social Groups 10. Workplace 11. Suggestions 12. Optimistic message 13. Bibliography
  4. 4. Racism The conscious or unconscious belief that a particular race is superior to another. Consequences: A “superior” race abusively exercises power over and dominates the ones considered “inferior” and, secondly, the racist acts and norms affect both the attitude and the behavior of people and groups.
  5. 5. OTHER KINDS OF DISCRIMINATION Racial  Social Cultural  Religious  …and many more…
  6. 6. SOURCES OF RACISM Family Education Social groups Project groups Media
  7. 7. • Family ▫ Bad behavior against children ▫ Isolation from society ▫ Teaching wrong principles  Sense of inequality  Absence of kind feelings  Lack of respect  Form of stereotypical discriminations among different races
  8. 8. • Education ▫ Historical facts are presented according to each nation’s interests and not as they really took place. ▫ Distorted views on certain races are promoted and received. ▫ Incapability on forming right behavioral standards in a social group.
  9. 9. • Social groups ▫ In Search of Similarity. ▫ Discrimination because of certain habits. ▫ Nationalism – Fundamentalism. ▫ Social isolation of people who belong to an “inferior” race.
  10. 10. • Project groups ▫ Unequal rights in:  Participation in duties  Participation in decision making about basic issues ▫ Indecent criteria  Evaluation  Reward • Media ▫ Content of communicated messages is not controlled ▫ Focus on making profit without considering the effects on the people’s lives.
  11. 11. Acts of Racism • At schools Choosing a classmate to sit with based on where he/she is from or what’s the color of his/her skin. • Among friends Avoiding foreigners because of a fear caused by wrong perspectives about certain countries.
  12. 12. • At workplace ▫ Sometimes employers discriminate among candidates for a job (“I don’t want foreigners in my business” or “they are not qualified”). ▫ Native employees act in an unfriendly way against foreigners and are reluctant to cooperate on performing duties.
  13. 13. • In everyday life ▫ At the park: “We should not go this way because there are so many immigrants and we may get robbed” or “Some black people have been sitting there, I’m not”. ▫ On the bus: We (natives) and they (foreigners) are seated separately because we are afraid we might get robbed.
  14. 14. “A Life Without Racism” Smiles at school
  15. 15. Smiles at workplace
  16. 16. Smiles and harmony in social groups
  17. 17. Happy and balanced everyday life
  18. 18. Confronting the Issue • Raising a child (Family) ▫ Principles: Imparting principles to the children in an early age (dignity, love, caring, avoiding stereotypes) ▫ Standards: Avoiding discrimination during the initial socialization of the children and showing good manners to “different” people, especially in front of the children
  19. 19. • Strengthening the role of education ▫ Objective presentation of historical facts concerning the relationship between two nations. ▫ Focus on developing a sense of equality (sympathy and compassion for others)
  20. 20. • Management at the workplace ▫ Avoiding discrimination during the process of selection and evaluation of the employees, judging by qualifications and skills rather than by nationality or skin color. ▫ Building a culture which promotes teamwork, respect and family values.
  21. 21. • Proper use of media ▫ Ban of provoking commercials with racist content ▫ Ban of shows that promote wrong behavioral standards. ▫ Projecting documentaries that aim at the elimination of race related stereotypes and make us concern for others
  22. 22. Pay attention to the soul of people, not to their appearance. You may have the same character.
  23. 23. Bibliography  Quotegarden.com  Biography.com  Goodreads.com  Wikipedia.com  Our knowledge
  24. 24. Thank you for your time! The End Look for the inside of humans, not the outside…

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  • James Baldwin - was an American novelist, essayist, playwright and a poet who wrote about racial and sexual issues in the mid-20th century, especially pertaining to black life in America.Desmond Tutu – is a South African social rights activist. He has been active in the defense of human rights. He has campaign to fight AIDS, racism, sexism and more other subjects.

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