Is it fair

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  • Created on: 28-04-17 16:44
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  • Is It Fair
    • Specialist Language
      • Human Dignity
        • there is something special about the way humans treat each other (different from animals) that gives everyone a sense of dignity
      • A Need
        • a necessity; something that is a requirement without which a person would be in poverty or extreme hardship
      • A Want
        • a wish or longing for; something that is craved, but which being without would not actually bring hardship
      • Duty
        • a moral or religious oblication
      • Respect
        • consideration for others; under-standing that everyone has value even though there circumstances may be different
      • Stereotype
        • the idea that, if people wear certain types of clothes, for example, or drive certain cars, they must all have similar behaviors and values
      • Social Responsibility
        • many people consider it is part of their responsibility to look after the weak and the vulnerable people in society
    • Key Concepts
      • Authority
        • power over others through position or moral teaching
      • Discrimination
        • the actions of treating groups of people differently
      • Equality
        • the belief or state that everyone should have equal rights
      • Identity
        • the sense of who you are in terms of attitudes, character and personality
      • Injustice
        • where everyone is treated with fairness
      • Prejudice
        • judging people to be inferior (not as good as) or superior (better than) without cause
    • How can Religions Protest against Injustice?
      • Prayers
      • Fasting
      • Pressurize Government
      • Organize Campaigns
      • Collect Money
      • Hold Vigils
    • Why do Christians feel it is their job to help the needy?
      • Christians believe God loves the world and all that is in it
      • Christians believe that we are all God's creation, so should all be treated equally
      • Christians follow Jesus' example - as he mixed with and respected those who were poor and despised by others
      • Christians think that Jesus can be seen in everyone, so to help them is to help him
      • Love is a theme in the bible e.g. the Good Samaritan and this quote 'A new commandment i give to you, that you love one another; even as i have loved you, that you also love one another
  • Key Concepts
    • Authority
      • power over others through position or moral teaching
    • Discrimination
      • the actions of treating groups of people differently
    • Equality
      • the belief or state that everyone should have equal rights
    • Identity
      • the sense of who you are in terms of attitudes, character and personality
    • Injustice
      • where everyone is treated with fairness
    • Prejudice
      • judging people to be inferior (not as good as) or superior (better than) without cause

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