Diversity: Categorizing System

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People have the tendency to categorize everything, including themselves. It is human nature to categorize things to make a complex world simpler. This categorizing system is known as stereotyping. Stereotyping is an act of the subconscious mind and is not something that can be easily repelled. However, it is completely our decision to act on the subconscious categorizing or not. Discrimination is something that renders the present inaccessible and should be banished from society.

Diversity is to be cherished and celebrated. The term diversity is used broadly to refer to many demographic variables, including, race, religion, color, gender, disability and age. We have learned since elementary school that when there is diversity, we should respect it instead of spit on it. Diversity is important because it provides our society and culture with unique and inspirational perspectives. Diversity creates new ideas and changes that can be beneficial to a society, or even the world. Diversity teaches us to learn and …show more content…

Our genders, races, nationalities, religions, disabilities, ages, and other things we are born with do not define what we can do. It is the choices we consciously made that categorise who we are instead of all the innate qualities that we were born with, since those are inevitably given. There are often cases where employees from other nationalities have higher salary than local employees with the same work and position. It should not be that way. How we are treated, in this example is measured by how high the salary is, is supposed to be based on our productivity and performance instead of our nationalities. That does not even make sense. Why would people with the same quality and ability and work have different treatment and salary? Everyone deserves equal start, opportunity, and treatment when we first meet them. Later on, it will be their characters, behaviours, and decency that make them different, not what they

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