1. How do Clements and Spinks define reflective thinking?
- ‘the ability to think back on our attitudes, values and behaviour and to think through our experiences honestly.’
- ‘the ability to think back to our experiences and use this to empathise with others.’
- ‘reflecting on practice for the benefit of professionalism.’
- ‘thinking in a reflective manner about self-related matters.’
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2. In which year was the Equal pay act created?
3. Who advises that ‘labels have the effect of preventing any other classification of the person or group, yet no single label can ever describe all there is to know about a person’?
- Clements and Spinks
4. What are 6 skills for overcoming prejudice?
- Empathy, assertiveness, compromise, concern, discussion and comprehension
- Empathy, understanding, raised awareness, sensitivity, considering the consequence and a desire to be fair
- Confrontation, assertiveness, compromise, concern, discussion and comprehension
- Empathy, understanding, raised awareness, assertiveness, considering the consequence and a desire to be fair
5. Which is the correct order for Allport’s 1954 scale on the outcomes of prejudice (from lowest severity)?
- Avoidance, Discrimination, Antilocution, Physical attack, Extermination
- Avoidance, Antilocution, Discrimination, Physical attack, Extermination
- Antilocution, Avoidance, Discrimination, Physical attack, Extermination
- Extermination, Physical attack, Discrimination, Antilocution, Avoidance