Understanding Inequalities- introduction to concepts and the role of language (weeks 1 and 2)

1. How do Clements and Spinks define reflective thinking?

  • ‘thinking in a reflective manner about self-related matters.’
  • ‘the ability to think back on our attitudes, values and behaviour and to think through our experiences honestly.’
  • ‘reflecting on practice for the benefit of professionalism.’
  • ‘the ability to think back to our experiences and use this to empathise with others.’
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2. The 2010 Equality act

  • was introduced to disregard previous equality legislations.
  • was introduced with the aim of harmonising discrimination law, to strengthen progress on equality, replacing existing equality legislation.
  • was introduced to stop discrimination.
  • was introduced as an addition to equality legislation.

3. 10) According to Clements and Spinks the main roots of prejudice are?

  • Ignorance, Power, Vulnerability, Upbringing and Conformity
  • Ignorance, Power, Difference, Inequality and Conformity
  • Institutionalisation, Victimisation and Upbringing
  • Ignorance, Power, Vulnerability, Upbringing and Majority

4. Who discusses the characteristics of elegant challenging?

  • Stonewall
  • Thompson
  • Clements and Spinks
  • Scriven

5. 19) According to Stonewall what percentage of young LGB people said they regularly hear Homophobic phrases such as ‘that’s so gay’ or ‘you’re so gay’?

  • 97%
  • 98%
  • 92%
  • 96%

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