Bigotry: The Role Of Discrimination In Society

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In the history of humanity, discrimination occurred as a pattern over time while points of view and interdisciplinary relationships shifted in society. Discrimination is the prejudicial treatment in society. Social stratification, society's system for ranking individuals based on discrepancies on power, wealth, and status-is the source of the unjust actions towards others. Despite the myriad of types of bigotry, humans let this inequity happen. “Discrimination is a choice that mankind makes.” is a statement of truism because of the impact of racism and sexism.
In initiate, racism is a frequently used form of bigotry. Racism is the antagonization of the inferiority and/or superiority of races; racism is expressed through harassment and public
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The motive of adjustment is the shift in the belief of what is “right”. Correspondingly, we are psychologically born with unavoidable judgment. The impact of discrimination has influenced how we think. Nevertheless, bigotry is done from fear of adjusting and polarizing “tradition”. People’s prejudicial instincts can change over time to surpass their instincts. For instance, in the UN General Assembly meeting, François Hollande urges to allow more Syrian refugees into France, send humanitarian aid, and for other countries to act despite the attacks on France. The fear of earlier events causes countries to limit refugees, but France decided to act against the instinct of fear because “enough is enough”. Refugees do not deserve to suffer as an effect of other Syrians’ actions. Humans have two choices: action or inaction based on the instinct of being unfamiliar with the unknown.
In summation, “Discrimination is a choice that man makes.” is a valid statement to represent bigotry despite how different points of view shifted of racism and sexism. Bigotry’s impact led us to think more about ethics as humans developed; ideas wavered over time. However, history repeats as a pattern through multifarious events. In equal rights movements, humans allow intolerance to happen due to inaction until an individual builds enough willpower to overcome to make progress. The choice of working against on the instinct to discriminate leads humanity to progress in terms of