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Gina Mee Public Services Work Unit 9 P2 Describe the Diverse nature of two different types of community.
For this task I will describe religious communities and local communities.

The ways in which community groups can be different involve a few different factors:

• Culture can be different e.g types of food/art/music * Being part of different virtual communities
• Different people have different lifestyles by ways of living
•Different ethnic backgrounds

| Religious | Local | Cultural Differences | Some religious communities have a dress code like the Jewish, Muslims (the ladies wear veils) and Hindu and some communities have/allow you to drink certain things and they don’t allow you to eat things like pork. The Muslim faith have a special fasting month called Ramadan wear they can’t eat between sunrise and sunset. | Some local communities have a dress code like the council have uniforms for the people who work in different sectors of the council for example the dustmen have to wear high visibility jackets and people in the offices have to wear smart business dress. For working out with the public the council provide tops with the people’s name on them. | Sub-cultures | Different religions have youth groups. The catholic faith have the Sion youth group and various groups within the church. There is a lot of religious diversity in this type of community as you have: Catholicism, Muslim, Jewish, Hindu and atheism. | Some local communities have youth groups for example the council might have a special youth group for leisure and entertainment e.g the scouts, beavers, rainbows and cubs.The area you live in can have different religions for example your neighbours might believe in a certain faith or belong to a religious community. | Key Roles | There are different sorts of roles in different religions for example: Catholics have priests,…...

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