Impact of “isms” on Human Development

This assignment is designed to assess your ability to meet the following course objectives: Critically analyze the interplay between biophysical, psychological, social, economic, spiritual and cultural forces in human development; the risks and resilience of each stage of life; major theories of human development. Critically evaluate the impact that human diversity, social problems, and environmental factors have on individuals and their behavior. Instructions Now that you have explored developmental tasks and patterns of risk and resilience across the lifespan, it is important to appreciate the impact of racism, sexism, classism, ableism, heterosexism, and other isms on healthy biopsychosocial growth and adaptation at each stage. In this exercise, you will examine the impact of isms on developmental processes and ways in which isms might affect developmental trajectories, tasks and achievement of essential milestones of psychological, social, emotional development. For example, how might the social and emotional development of an 8-year old Muslim girl living in a rural white Christian community be affected by religious discrimination or Islamophobia? Your creative media project should include the following: A definition and description of one ism. Identification of three ages of developmental stages to be examined (e.g., school age, early adulthood, later adulthood). Example, clinical vignettes and/or individual stories that details how the ism might be experienced by an individual at each development stage. There should be three examples here. For each developmental stage, you should also include patterns of internalized oppression, impact on employment, education, family life, socialization, etc. Discuss how social worker can intervene at each stage of development and at the mezzo and macro levels to address the impact of isms and issues of social justice.

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