How social and economical discrimination in childhood affects a person’s development and personality.
A person’s social and economical background has a huge impact on the personality of that individual. Most people don’t realize how much their upbringing can affect them. I am going to discuss why it is so important for parents to be aware of this.
Social and economical disparities in children can affect their personality
Social and economical disparities in children can affect their personality growing up. This is because, when a child is discriminated against because of their social or economical status, it can lead to an inferiority complex, low self-esteem, and low self-confidence.
Lack of social interaction
In a report published by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, it was found that poor communication skills lead to poor social skills, which may result in personality changes. Poor communication also leads to poor performance at work and school, which can affect self-esteem.
Poor self-esteem can lead to depression and anxiety disorders as well as difficulty in making friends. It also affects performance at work or school.
Ignoring poor children
Social and economic discrimination in childhood can be avoided if the society takes into consideration poor children. Poor children are ignored by society as they are not given the same opportunities as other children. The government, schools, and parents should all play a role in helping these kids, rather than ignoring them.
Poor economic conditions
It’s no secret that poor economic conditions can affect a child’s education and the way they grow up. If your family is poor, you may not be able to afford to send your children to school, or buy books and other study materials. You may also not be able to buy toys for them, nor clothes or food.
Poor upbringing of the child
There are some ways parents can help their children to improve themselves. First of all, they should be more open-minded and understanding. Parents must not judge children easily and should be patient with them if something goes wrong. Secondly, parents should be loving. It is important for children to feel loved by their parents as this may make them feel more confident in the world around them and encourage them to take risks as they grow up and interact with people from different backgrounds and nationalities. Thirdly, parents should provide support for their child’s ambitions so that they do not lose hope when things get tough for them at times during childhood or adulthood because it can cause emotional problems later on in life such as depression or anxiety disorders which may lead someone down a path of self-destruction instead of happiness; however, there may also be psychological benefits associated with these behaviors depending on what kind of support system exists within each person’s social circle (friends/family etcetera). This could explain why many people have committed suicide due to losing hope after being bullied throughout high school years .
A family’s social background matters a lot in the society
From the child’s perspective, their social background is the key to their success in life. A child raised in a low-income family usually faces discrimination from other kids and adults due to their economic status. This leads to behavioral problems, feelings of inadequacy and low self-esteem in these children as they grow up. The social background also affects how a person behaves during an interaction with others. For example, if a person comes from an upper class or elite family then he/she will behave differently than other people who come from lower classes because of their education level & knowledge about money management etc.,
Children from lower classes have less exposure to the outside world.
Children from lower classes are less exposed to the outside world and their curiosity is not as easily satisfied. They have less access to books, toys, technology and even peers. Consequently, they grow up with a small sample set of experiences that can inform their worldview. This leads them to be more dependent on others for guidance in decision-making.
Poverty leads to discrimination which leads to an inferiority complex
Poverty leads to discrimination which leads to an inferiority complex.
Poor performance at school and work, due to not having the resources needed for getting a good education or job, has been linked with low self-esteem and depression. Inferiority causes people who are discriminated against to feel as if they don’t belong, so they tend not to try as hard at school or work because they don’t think it will matter anyway–they won’t succeed even if they do try hard.
Therefore, poverty leads to an inferiority complex which leads back around again into more poverty.
In conclusion, a child’s personality depends on the surroundings he or she is raised in. People should pay attention to their children and be kind to every child that they meet because childhood is the foundation of life. The children need to be shown kindness and treated with love so that they grow up feeling loved.