Cultural Relativism Vs Universal Children’s Rights
Even though most moral codes are linked to cultural & society, does not mean we have to accept cultural relativism when it comes to child abuse in any form.
We cannot deny that cultural differences are real and are important in analyzing and judging cases, but cultural relativism taken to the negative extreme can be hurtful, cruel and violating to the universal laws of children’s rights.
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hard to accept certain things about other cultures, yet I do know the flaws of my own culture and would not stand for it in my culture or any other culture.
Cultural relativism did was not heard about until the late 1960’s. Although the Constitution’s 1st Amendment states religious freedom, clearly if the writers of the constitution knew more about all the different cultural habits, they would have included that in with Religious freedom.