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  • Insurgent Multiculturalism

    Taking Mexican American studies out of schools in Arizona not only effects the students at schools such as Tucson High Magnet School, but also the surrounding community. “The collectivity of many different racial and ethnic groups that comprise the society does not threaten American culture or its identity” ( Issue Summary 3). Teaching students about where they come from does not have to be a bad thing. Historically the different races and cultures that are apart of America…

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  • Border Security Arguments

    and making changes to secure the border further. He believes that putting more money into border security will help lower the percentage of illegal immigrant’s crossing over into the country. Both Conservatives and Liberals want to have a secure border and to protect our country, but the problem is whether putting more money into border security will actually make a difference. In a debate over border security, Melysa Sperber stated her opinion about it saying, “Border controls have not proven…

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  • The Importance Of Consumer Ethnocentrism On The Automobile Industry

    There are various challenges as well as opportunities for automobile industry whether domestically or internationally. Therefore, companies and marketers have shown a great interest in understanding critical factors behind consumers’ preference, consideration, evaluation and specific selection of imported products. Malaysia is an emerging country. Malaysia has started its journey in automobile industry in 90s which was a great challenge towards it survival against other big regional competitors…

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  • Co-Culture And Intercultural Communication

    There are several co-cultures to which one can belong. The co-cultures that I relate to are female, African American, middle-class, a border between generation X and the new millennial. I am a 34 year old mother of two boys and I am not a stay at home mom. I relate to most young mothers here in American when it comes to being a young black women who are raising African American males. The most important thing to me is being a mother to African American young black males. My sons are very…

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  • Discrimination In America

    held up its promise of freedom and equality to all. Although that we have people from all different ethnicities, languages, and religions, among many other things, living happily in the United States, there are also members of these same minority groups who are persecuted and discriminated against everyday. By alluding to what our great country was founded upon, Gibson shows that we have a moral responsibility to do the right thing and stop discrimination. He further adds to the moral guilt by…

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  • Criminal Justice System: Questions And Answers

    Question 1: The criminal justice system consists of 3 main components, which are: the police, the courts, and the prison systems. The following is an explanation of how each works and contributes to the United States criminal justice system. The Police Looking at the police on the state level, this can include a wide variety of state level policing forces such as a highway patrol or even fish and game. The police responsibilities in the United States criminal justice system holds a plethora of…

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  • Essay On Sri Lankan Genocide

    of both Sri Lanka and Rwanda -both former colonies that experienced mass bloodshed once independence was granted- by comparing their histories as colonies, the violence experienced, and the differences in identity found between the most prominent groups in each respective country. Initially colonized in 1505 by the Portuguese, Sri Lanka remained under European control until 1948, finally gaining independence in a bid that united the previously warring factions on the island. After this fight, a…

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  • Separatism In China

    Section III: Muslim Separatism and the zero-tolerance attitude from central government After examining the cultural and economic perspectives, we shift our focus to the most fundamental issue. The importance of religion is beyond question in studying the tension. China firmly establishes itself as a secular state; in fact, it has very strict policies to restrict the power of religion and their leaders. On the other hand, Muslim has long experienced the problem of radicalization. Xinjiang is no…

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  • The Karen People

    are an ethnic group living in South-East Asia with their own distinct languages and culture. The Karen people who are from Burma are ethnically distinct from other groups living in Burma and Thailand. The Karen are unique in which it is not necessary to have Karen parents in order to be Karen. To be the Karen people, a person must identify himself or herself as Karen by knowing Karen culture and customs as well as speak a Karen language. The Karen are consisted of at least 20 sub-groups rather…

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  • My Korean Stereotypes

    some people choose to maintain their native culture after crossing borders, others decide to integrate foreign elements into their daily lives. Some even start completely anew. It is not uncommon to hear of people who receive backlash for ostensibly abandoning their heritage and turning their backs on their supposed “identity.” But identity is a choice, one that every person has the right to make. We are all of some ethnic group and people often assume that there is a designated culture assigned…

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