3. Explain how the variations in question 2 contribute to the diversity of the community. Myself I come from country what isn’t diverse, sometimes I could meet a few coloured people as summer tourists, but not very often. I never had seen a Pakistani people walking on the street in my country. Most of people are Christians, but I never meet Muslim over there. First time when I arrived in UK I had culture-shock, but by the time I was very excited about it. I went to international shops and found different kind of foods what I never tasted before; my African room-mate showed me how to cook absolutely differently. As a carer I care for two Pakistani ladies. I experienced a lot of new things – lifestyle, religion, language; I was offered to taste food like samosa. Sometimes we discuss about differences between Bible and Quran. All these things daily contribute to the diversity of the community.
5. Describe what it means to respect people’s differences and why it is important to respect differences. To respect people’s differences means to understand that I am unique and nobody else is like me and every single person is unique too and I don’t have to be like others. If we respect differences, others will be encouraged to respect our differences too.
6. For a person you know, describe the individual factors that make him / her who they are. Name: Ebenezer
| Brief description
| Smartly dressed black man in late thirties
| Very helpful, kind and sympathy person
Likes and dislikes
| Talented builderHe is a Pastor, he likes to study Bible and spend time with his Church members.
| Values and beliefs
| Supports Church activities in the community
15. Provide at least two examples of the way stereotyping is perpetuated in society. When I came to UK I asked to British people opinions about different kind of things, for example, about supermarkets – which supermarket is the best and which is low quality...
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