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Lucianne White Assessment 1 Approaches to Social Science Background My interviewee will be referred to as Pauline in order to preserve her anonymity and confidenitality Pauline is 50 years old she is currently married and has previously been married twice before She has three children two daughters aged 32 and 29 both from her first marriage and a son aged 3 from her current marriage She is also grandmother to two grandsons aged 11 and 8 whom are both her eldest daughters children Pauline is a caucasian heterosexual female and has a disability which occured from an accident in 1978 This disability is a lifetime problem with no chance of improvement She also suffers from spinal cancer which is inoperable Both these issues require constant medication for pain Pauline is a woman of Jewish faith and a working Counsellor She suffers from a lot of prejudice and discrimintion due to her age gender disability and religious beliefs I have chosen to do my report on this woman as I believe she has accomplished great things against all the odds She has learnt to believe in herself not what other people believe she should be She is now trying to help others to find their own place in a world full of prejudice and unreal expectations I will explain how she has fought the issues of age gender religion and sexuality to become the person she is today I have based my assessment on the psychological aspect of the discrimination in her life In other words how her inner person influences her view of and behaviours in relation to the world Psychology is a social science which concerns itself with the interior lives of individuals our motivations drives patterns personality types and pathologies and how we learn these
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