Unit 4: Living in Diverse Communities
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Name: Rano Raynor Gakhal-Heron
1. Describe a range of appropriate investigative methods that can be used to explore diversity in a community.
Range of age, Sex male to female ratio, Different religion/faiths, marital status marriage & divorce statistics. Ethnicity how many types of ethnic minority there are within the Sandwell Area a method to reseacrh the types of differences could be undertaken by investigating by observation by one or more observer. This could occur at a specific place, such as a local high street, over a particular timescale such as peak times lunchtime for example, after school finishes on a specific date. The researchers would then observe passers-by, noting their differences and utilising an observation sheet in order to place them into specific categories, for example age range and gender, or gender and ethnicity. Creating a simple questionaire would also be effective that way you would collect information from numbers of passers by which would possibly provide more deffinitive answers.
An alternativ you can directly observe not only the residents of the community, but the area and its features to indicate diversity. Physical signs of diversity by observing, for example, the different places of worship available which may include a Sikh Temple, Mosque, Mass or Church Of England Church this may be an indicator indicator of