1. Item 1

– Discrimination

– Analysis : Before Monday’s match at Zenit St. Petersburg’s Petrovksy Stadium, a fan was pictured offering and frantically waving a half peeled banana to Roberto Carlos. The spectators who constantly have the thought of racial discrimination tend to do that with a view to considering the black and the colored as the gorillas in the zoos. The black and the colored are thought to be bad and unworthy of attending in the formation. In fact, there’s a lot of noted black and colored footballers such as Pele, Roberto Carlos, Didier Drogba, Samuel E’to and so on.

– Source : http://sports.yahoo.com/soccer/blog/dirty-tackle/post/Russian-fan-presents-Roberto-Carlos-with-a-racis?urn=sow-wp265

2. Item 2

Attractive women were still favored in “feminine” jobs, and attractive people still tend to get higher salaries and better evaluations, according to the study published in the Journal of Social Psychology. Good news, men: If you’re attractive, you always have an advantage…“which shows that there is still a double standard when it comes to gender,” says the lead researcher.

–  Prejudice

– Analysis: Nowadays, it is said that it doesn’t matter whether women are well-qualified or not; as long as they are attractive enough and know how to please and seduce their bosses, they will get higher salaries and have more chances of promotion. On the other hand, men are always believed to be much better than women, so what if they are indeed handsome and captivating. Of course, they always have an advantage. It seems that they are unbeatable.

– Source : http://www.newser.com/story/97643/pretty-women-who-want-manly-jobs-get-ugly.html

 3. Item 3

 

–  Scapegoating

–  Analysis: In this picture, we can see an utterly unreasonable boss. He doesn’t know how to run his company, how to overcome his obstacles but make a scapegoat for his employee. He seems to do nothing for the development of his company in order not to have to take responsibility for the incidents.

–    Source : http://www.cartoonstock.com/directory/s/scapegoating.asp

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