People have different social inclinations owing to the diversity in the populace(Sue & Sue, 2012). As such, various cultural beliefs and biases differ significantly. Iconducted an observation exercise that revealed the religious beliefs as well as the socialtheory that the majority hold. The setting was a grocery store while the time was themorning hour. Wearing casually and covering my face gave the impression that I wasfrom the lowest social class. It also gave the impression of a criminal which made peoplerather uneasy.The social roles played in the social issue were mainly middle aged adults,potentially parents. There was also the store manager who is a provider. I happened to bethe victim of the social issue. Considering, the different age groups in question, the socialpotentially affects the entire village regardless of the age. I am a student and suffered thejudgments of the shoppers in the store owing to my attire. The social inequality that aroseis social class (Sue & Sue, 2012). The clothes I put on during the observation suggestedthat I belonged to the lowest social class as well as from a different community. As aresult, I looked strange to the other shoppers, and they felt uncomfortable. Some did notwant to associate with me and thus walked off without speaking to me.The culture affects unemployment as well as crime rates (Ridgeway & Kricheli-Katz, 2013, p. 294-318). The direct effect of culture on unemployment is that culturalsegregation in the job market translates to bias hiring. The fact that the shoppersdiscriminated me for my dress implies that they cannot stand in the presence of someoneinclined to a culture different from theirs. The people also associate the dress withcriminals such that they felt uncomfortable not knowing my intentions. It connotes th
https://assignmentspool.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/logo-300x60.png 0 0 Davie https://assignmentspool.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/logo-300x60.png Davie2019-07-13 07:42:072019-07-13 07:42:07People have different social inclinations owing to the diversity in the populace(Sue & Sue, 2012). As such, various cultural beliefs and biases differ significantly.