Racism on Campus Research
The main effects of racism are reduced faith in systems that have little trust in the potentials of the minority races, that is the people of color and Latinos. This study has identified racism has significantly reduced in campus and its effect is directly proportional to the frequency of the discrimination. the most common effect is that the victim'sloose faith in the potential of the education systems. The distrust has the potentials of trickling down to other institutionsdepending on their level of practice. Keywords: Racism, motivation, Academic performance, social interaction Table of Contents 1. Case Study 8 5. Results and Findings 9 6. Conclusion 9 References 11 1. Introduction Racism is one of the most dynamic challenges in the society today. Having its origins in the 18th century, the people of color have been significantly discriminated on the basis of their dark color alone.
Because of the different cultural origin of students, they treat each other differently. The cultural orientation of the students significantly affectshow they interact. Some of the students they are discriminated based on their racial orientation, are significantly affected by how they are silently treated (Anderson& Span, 2016). Others gain motivation from the negative treatment with the hope of someday being able to prove the equal potential that they hold on to. Others understand the cultural orientation and upbringing of their counterparts and therefore ignore them. Research Questions What much does racial discrimination affect students, especially in their study process and their social skills? 1. Research objectives • To understand how racial discrimination affects the victim's academic performance. • To understand how the social interaction of a victim of racism is affected in college set up.
Literature Review Discrimination is an ever existing challenge in a college set up regardless of the type of discrimination. With special reference to racial discrimination, there are significant effects that it brings out on the victims, in most cases the victim does not realize that it is the cause (Pryal, 2018). the only solution may revolve around having the minority communities immune to racial discrimination (Harvey, 2018). This can only hold if the motivation element to working hard is not limited by the treatment in school. Methodology This chapter will focus the kind of participants, the methods of data collection and the data analysis. In order to collect accurate data, different campus will be used as the preferred sample area. The school will be allocated to different town areas or location to maintain diversity and limit the effects of cultural orientation.
Also significantly important, the names of the participants will be withheld to conceal their identities. Another important ethical concern is that the institutions identified to take part in the study will have their names withheld to limit the chances of the institutions gaining from this research. financial gains have the potentials of influencing the direction of results hence making the research outcome less accurate. Case Study In one of the campus that agree to take part in the study, to a group of students, sampled through voluntary action. The sample size is made up of anequalnumber of males and females, and is of different racial orientation. Conclusion In summation, it is conclusive to say the efforts put in place by institutions to minimize racial discrimination are working to the benefit of the students.
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