Monday, January 26, 2015

racism problems in south korea

If I lived in south Korea I would have to adapt to discrimination because south koreans don't like foreigners to live in their country and they think that if a lot of foreigners they will push natives out of their jobs and that foreigners would become the majority group in south Korea. I would be insulted and mistreated in the streets and natives would sit away from me in public transportation and it would be more difficult for me to get a good job and to make friends at university. I would have less privilege because I would be discriminated and it would be harder for me to support my life.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

what would you do

article: schooling in India

If I were a girl in India my life would be very different because I wouldn't have a good education and I wouldn't have a good future. I would have to adapt to that society where my marriage was arranged and that would be really hard because I already grew up in a society where people are free to do what they want with their lives. Also, I would try really hard to stay in school and get to 12 grade.

Sunday, January 18, 2015

implicit association test

I did the light skin-dark skin tests and my results said that I have strong automatic preference for dark skin compared to light skin.

When I got my results I was shocked because I always thought that I preferred being light skinned by dark skinned. I also, felt unique because most of my friends prefer light skin than dark skin.