Social diversity means how each of us lives the day-to-day life with other and having individual believes.
Example: ethnicity and gender
Ethnicity - ethnicity means being part of a group living and sharing the same way of life and culture, a Muslim family or community will eat same type of meat (Hallalh), and believe on same god (Allah) and believe what Islam teach them.
Gender – men had rights that women didn’t have in a traditional family (before 1928). Traditionally women were expected to stay at home and look after the family and the house, but this changed after that made men and a woman much more equal including legislations that make it illegal to discriminate against someone due to their gender.
Cultural diversity means the way we interact with people from different background. Example: religion and family
Religion- religion means what we believe in and our faith. Religion is a collection of beliefs, culture and world views. Many religions presents by symbols, traditions and sacred histories to give meaning to the life, or explain the universe. For example: my religion is Islam i believe in (Allah) in prophet’s, angels and the Day of Judgment.
Family- a family structure is a group of people who are made up of related each other by birth, marriage or adoption. There are different types of family group: nuclear family (mum, dad, children’s), extender family (living with grandparents, uncles, aunts and cousins), working parents and step families.
Political diversity is the range of different beliefs held by various political groups. Examples: age and disability
Age- the population of U.K. is increasing with more elderly people, in the society more then ever.
Disability- people with disabilities have to adapt their lifestyle to manage with everyday situation that able-body people deal with automatically.
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