Presentation on theme: "Leprosy victims- accepted or marginalized?. PurposePurpose This article is to determine if leprosy victims are now accepted by society or not and hence,"— Presentation transcript:
Leprosy victims- accepted or marginalized?
PurposePurpose This article is to determine if leprosy victims are now accepted by society or not and hence, the title. I aim to find out how the public feels about leprosy victims and also educate and inform the public on what leprosy is and why the victims should not be alienated.
List of interview questions Who did you hear about leprosy from? Who do you think leprosy victims were before you heard about them? What do you know about leprosy? Is there something about leprosy you want to know about? Where do you think the people work in? Where do you think the victims go regularly?
List of interview questions (part II) Was there an occasion when you came in close contact with leprosy victims? How do you look at these victims? How do you think others will look at them? Will you allow your child to go near them? Why would you allow/not allow the child to go near them? Finally, what do you think the government can do to let people understand more about these leprosy sufferers?
3 difficulties It is hard to determine if the questions are factual or opinion, hence whether it is suitable for an interview. The information I want to find out are hard to find. I must think of how to expand from the interviewee ’ s answer amost immediately.
2 things learnt I learnt more about leprosy victims and learnt how to treat people with illnesses. I have also learnt how to instil the 5Ws and 1H when asking interview questions.
1 thing in the future I will embark on a community service learning project to offer my aid to the leprosy victims or other people who are less fortunate than us.