The American Society By Kathleen J. Fitzgerald

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Kathleen J. Fitzgerald 's study about the meaning of ethnicity to Americans who get back the native lives and characteristics is tentatively informed and elaborately narrated by those people, whose ethnic journeys she has explored. Her wide-ranging interviews disclose the dominant enthusiasms that keep her informers on course in the face of the demanding biographical archaeological sites many must take on along the way and the cynicism they come across on the path to becoming Indian. This book also makes available another important lens from end to end examination and understanding of the ever-changing American ethnic background.
The author studies the rare prospects of the ethnicity of Native Americans. Such as, she explores the Irish-American ancestry, and also shares her unique experience of contact with white ethnic Americans. The book is able to explore the ethnicity in comprehensive ways that early generations could not dare to do so. The American Society can be seen as melting pot in which points toward that each of the ethnic group often blends with the host culture, and also forms a new and different culture. And the superficial connection between the ethnicities is the Symbolic ethnicity.
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She has also reviewed the sociological theories provided by different sociologists and also the ethnic revival of the 1970s. Along with such reviews and analysis, she also analyzes current emerging European and American identity constructions and ethnics. The review of early criticism of ethnicity about the model of ethnic assimilation helps to understand the expressions of races to capture the

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