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The article discussed the racism Irish Americans endured, the religion, and the culture that is celebrated. The article is very relevant to the values and communication of Irish Americans and other cultures. The Irish throughout time have been stereotyped as a very low-culture people. Many people have characterized the Irish as “fighters and drinkers,” (Krim & Early, 1995, p.31) which is not true, because many Irish who are normal working, non-drinking or non-fighting individuals. However, when the holiday called St. Patrick’s Day comes around, it is celebrated with drinking and eventually fighting.
Because of the lack of trust between the Irish and the British, the Irish possibly had less chance of persuading the British to release Ireland and allow Nationalists to work with the British. This was both a long term and a short term consequence. Trust was also lost between Protestants and Catholics. The Easter rising also caused Sinn Fein to become more determined to succeed a... ... middle of paper ... ... rising had a big impact on the conflict in Northern Ireland as it had many long term consequences which affected Ireland for a long time after it had take place. It lead to the creation of martyrs who caused a lot of violence then and still are right now.
Document created by Irish Northern Aid Inc., New York, USA. Available from: [15/2/05] Berry, Ben. (2002). Easter 1916, [Internet]. Document reproduced by University of Maryland Honours Program, Maryland, USA.
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Therefore, the Irish had the ability to vote in one candidate for another. The nativists saw the Irish as undeserving of political participation because they lacked in morals. Many nativist believed foreigner’s involvement in politics was a disgrace to the American civil institutions. Many people worried about the Irish’s influence on politics and this lead to the creation of the anti-Irish gang the Bowery Boys. The Irish also created a gang called the Dead Rabbits and the two gangs often engaged in political violence and riots.
Antonio Beldie English 101 5/3/14 FINAL PAPER: TELEVISION ANALYSIS For many years, the mass media are known to use racial and ethnic stereotypes to negatively portray minority groups. Stereotypes are deeply embedded in every society in numerous ways. A stereotype is a widely known and fixed idea about a person or thing, they are usually oversimplified. Stereotyping is a technique that attempts to install things such as fear and hate towards individuals. But what is really the true purpose of these negative stereotypes?
In fact, these sources may make people have negative assumptions about Middle East. Every so often, there are stereotypical judgments and comments in the media. Exaggerated Hollywood action movies, cartoons and opinionated news emphasize the negative side of Middle East, which indirectly compels audiences to believe that the combinations of images may even be true. In Hollywood movies, there are stereotypes of Middle Eastern people being killers and terrorists. These stereotypes are generalizations regarding an individual or a group of people.