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Natalia Juvinao

on 26 May 2014

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Discrimination Through Time
Discrimination has been a extended phenomenon in the world and if we work in the aspects of social life and families we can continue reducing the levels of discrimination in societies. Equality is the right of every human being in the world.
The most common types of discrimination are gender and race
Other types are national origin, pregnancy, and religion.
Emotions Involved In Discrimination
Emotions affect society’s way of thinking and acting. This are the emotions that are involved in discrimination: anger, sadness, depression and stress.
By: Natalia Juvinao, Ana Nuñez, Jacobo Pacheco, and Simón Rave
Kinds of Discrimination
According to Dr. Claire Henderson and Professor Graham from the Institute of Psychology in Kings College of London. Dr Claire Henderson and Professor Graham investigated about how discrimination had been reducing in the past 10-15 years and in 2008 and 2010 discrimination reduced strongly and making a better world.
Discrimination appears when a person does not feel safe from himself and believes that he has the power to humiliate another person and make believe others he is stronger.
Discrimination has reduced strongly in families, social life and friends. In families discrimination has reduced a (9%), in social life (11%) and in friends (14%).
Discrimination has reduced through time.
We found interesting the theme of discrimination because we want to learn more about it because we know is a very common conflict in the world.
The purpose of this inquiry is to have a deeper knowledge about discrimination.
Our transdisciplinary is Sharing the Planet and our central idea is Peace and Conflict Resolution come in many Forms.
We have 3 lines of inquiry that are discrimination through time, kinds of discrimination and emotions involved in it.
We made an experiment with Barbie dolls to see how is discrimination in little kids.
We also made an interview to see different points of view about discrimination.
According to Johnny Ball (Is a British television personality, a populariser of mathematics and the father of BBC Radio 2 DJ Zoë Ball.) “Discrimination due to age is one of the great tragedies of modern life. The desire to work and be useful is what makes life worth living, and to be told your efforts are not needed because you are the wrong age is a crime.”
People that discriminate can suffer from:, anxiety, sadness, stress, non-acceptance, depression, anger, madness, fear, guilty, and humiliated from another person so he causes the same hurt to another person.
According to psychologists from the Walden University from U.S “People that discriminated have acting problems or mental problems”. They have investigated and they have a result of “Who are the people that discriminate, and what are they emotion”.
History of Barbie Doll Test
Kenneth Bancroft Clark and Mamie Phipps Clark they were African-American psychologists who as a married team conducted important research among children and were active in the Civil Rights Movement. They were known for their experiments using dolls to study children's attitudes about race in 1940.
Ms. Mitchell
Ms. Piedrahita
Ms. Garcia
Pre-Kinder girls
Rosa Duque
In action we can create an organization that defend discrimination laws at schools, companies, and families. We also can create a campaign to make the goverment create more laws about discrimination and more punishments that can make people that discriminate awareness from the consequences discrimination can cause.
Conclusion of Experiment

The girls chose for the most beautiful doll the one that was most like them.
2 of 5 girls choosed the latina doll as the best.
2 of 5 girls choosed the black doll as the best.
2 of 5 girls choosed the white doll as the most intelligent.
2 of 5 girls choosed the black doll as the most intelligent.
3 of 5 girls choosed the white doll as the most beautiful.
No girl choosed the black doll as the most beautiful.
3 of 5 girls choosed the black doll as the mean doll.
1 choosed the white doll as the mean and another one choosed the latina doll

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Why Do People Discriminate?
According to Liliam Patricia Escando people discriminate because they want to feel bigger than others. Also because is hard for us to accept others differences.
Social Impacts
When people is discriminated they have impacts in their life that can cause conflicts in their socially,emotionally and physical in their life.
This Are The Social Impacts
Alcohol or drug abuse
Dependency on another person for support
Staying away from friends and family
Not trust in their friends
Have an inmature behavior in front of other people
Emotional Impacts
These are the emotional impacts
People that were discriminated start to feel this emotions:

When people start to feel anxious they start to eat a lot, to feel comfortable with their selves.
Physical Impacts

This are the physical impacts in people after being discriminated:

Decreased energy
Sleep disturbances
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