In this text I will compare the work ethic of two men called John and Fred, and decide which of them I think deserves to get an apprenticeship at a company they both wish to work at.
I will compare their attitudes, their work performances and their language. In the end of the text I will summarise what’s been said in the text and state my opinion on which of the men I would give the apprenticeship to.
Imagine a future without judgement. A future where everyone is allowed to be themselves, and there is nobody that stops you from expressing love.
Expressing love for your partner, your culture, your religion, but most importantly, to yourself. Imagine a future where you are allowed to love yourself. Is this something we can ever accomplish?
In this text I’ll be discussing many of the challenges that people from minorities in English-speaking countries face.
Firstly, I will discuss societies perception of what “normal” is, and how that effects minorities. Secondly, I will discuss the struggle that children of immigrant’s face, when their parents’ culture contradicts the culture of the country they grew up in.
After that I’ll discuss the positive and negative effects of corporations focus on diversity.
I will mostly come up with examples myself, but also from the preparational material and from movies we have seen in class. In the end of the text I will summarise what the text was about and state my opinion.
If you are in a minority in an English-speaking country, you may face many challenges, but first, what is a minority? Well, a minority can be so much, it isn’t just about ethnicity and your skin colour.
A minority can be anything from sexuality, gender, what language you speak, if you have a disability, ethnicity and so much more.
So, it doesn’t always show from the outside that you are in a minority, but some people like too embrace that they are different and express for example their culture or sexuality in the way they dress and present themselves.
Society had made these rules of what is considered as “normal” and if you are outside that box, you might be viewed as lesser of a human.