NEPOTISM AND OTHER TYPES OF DISCRIMINATORY PROCESSES AS THREATS TO HUMANITY, AND WOMEN AS VICTIMS IN EDUCATIONAL SETTINGS


27/11/2016





Five types of affection-based discriminatory processes influence businesses, politics, and educational institutions: a) nepotism, b) favoritism, c) cronyism, d) sexual favors, and e) patronage. This article is on educational corruption: a country that does not appreciate sciences has no future. As well, corruption in education leads to the end of a country, since qualified people may not receive the grades, jobs, or scholarships that they merit, because others may get them through the above-mentioned discriminatory processes, bribery, and fraud that may involve cheating and stealing the exam paper of another student. A teacher or a university professor that allows a student to refer to corruption is also corrupt due to the same affection-based discriminatory processes or bribery. Now, we can analyze these discriminatory processes one by one.
By F. Derya Agiþ
You can read the rest of the article on our issue of November

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