CBSE Class 6 Political Science (Civics) Chapter 2 Notes - Diversity and Discrimination

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The Class 6 Civics Chapter 2 will explain about the Discrimination and Diversity in the society. Often people who look unusual or different are criticised by others, or not accepted in the community. These behaviours can hurt them, and they might also feel sad and angry. Have you ever thought about why this happens? In the diversity and discrimination chapter, you will be able to scrutinise how such activities are linked to our society.


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CBSE Class 6 Political Science (Civics) Chapter 2 Notes - Diversity and Discrimination part-1
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Q1. State the Difference Between Inequality and Discrimination.

Ans: Inequality and discrimination are the two distinct concepts linked closely to each other. Inequality is the discrepancy between caste, creed, language, culture, economic status, region and educational background. Discrimination happens when people work on their prejudices or stereotypes. A notion or a disadvantage works behind it. If one tries to take advantage of others who are declining in status in any way, it is called discrimination. Discriminated person or community is lacking in the common facility or opportunity presented by society. It is not at all salutary for a good community.

Q2. Explain the Various Types of Discriminations.

Answer: Discrimination could be performed on various grounds such as: in language usage, religion, status, educational background, or geographical settings. It is fundamental. Discrimination is an idea which is induced due to negative attitudes towards those who are different from us. Making ungracious remarks on different religions and cultures is a kind of discrimination, making jokes of a particular language is also discrimination. Delivering statements on a girls dress, behaviour, and customs is also a kind of discrimination.