Historically, Arab Americans arrived in the U.S. in four different major waves, each under special circumstances that affected the acculturative process (Barazangi, 1989). This section reviews all four waves while identifying the motivators for each group’s immigration process. In doing... ... middle of paper ... ... from the Arab world struggle with assimilating into the new host culture for various reasons. Essentially, their collectivistic background and their need for a strong family system contributes to the maintaining of a wide separation between them and their host culture. That, coupled with the feelings of isolation and rejection that result from the discrimination and stereotyping they face, diminish the degree of acculturation and increases the likelihood of the developing of stressors.
This making more easier way for customers to find what they want. Barbone (2014, pp. 23) suggests “To let tourism and culture grow, it is not what you have but what you do with what you have”. In every business sphere you need to take everything no matter is it advantages or disadvantages and