Let’s say you decide to try something new, a dish from a cuisine you’ve never tried before, and you don’t like it. It’s possible that you don’t bother eating any other recipes in the cuisine because of this one experience. Continue reading Blog post #5 – How to avoid generalizing people?
How does generalizing affect society? Generalizations create a lot of strong opinions that are passed down generationally. Because of this, it stifles freedom of speech because people that don’t agree with established generalizations are scared to freely express their opinion Continue reading Blog post #4 – How does generalizing affect society?
In general humans have a tendency to make haste decisions or form opinions based on the demographic, appearance, past actions etc. of a person. These behaviours are formed from childhood based on our experiences growing up, and social stigmas which Continue reading Blog Post #3 – Research Round #1 – Why do we generalize people?
Step 1: Why do we generalize people? This will give me a better understanding of the psychology behind generalizing, and certain stigmas that can cause it. Step 2: How does generalizing affect society? This question will help inform me of Continue reading Project plan: Why do we generalize people?
Address the following questions: a. What challenges did you overcome throughout this inquiry project? How did you go about overcoming these challenges? At the start of my project, I struggled to find consistent answers for some of my questions. Because my Continue reading Blog post #6: Reflection: Are we just a statistic in our Capitalist economy?
Why do we generalize people? I chose this question because psychology interests me, and I want to know more about the science behind why we generalize people. One of the main points i would like to research is it’s effects Continue reading Blog post #1 – Why do we generalize people?
Capitalism and socialism are two main economic systems used around the world. The main difference between capitalism and socialism is the extent to which the government controls the economy. Capitalism allows for private enterprises to have more control over the Continue reading Blog post #5 – Inquiry research round #3 – Are we just a statistic in our Capitalist society?
How do marketers create demand/advertise something they want to sell? Once marketers know what they’re selling, the next step they take is identifying the demographic they need to target. Do they need to attract younger people, older people, etc. Based Continue reading Blog post #4 – Inquiry research round #2 – Are we just a statistic in our Capitalist society?
What is capitalism and how does it affect citizens? Capitalism is a type of economic system where the government allows their citizens to control the economy, rather than the government. This is different to an economy like socialism where the Continue reading Blog #3: Research round 1 – Are we just a statistic in our Capitalist economy?
My question is ”Are we just a statistic in our Capitalist society?” Step 1: What is capitalism and how does it affect the lives of citizens? This will give me a better understanding of why most developed countries choose capitalism Continue reading Post #2: Project Plan