I agreed with the findings from his chapter. It seems like it is hard to actually meet Bolivians because they aren’t too spread out in the states and they are a very small minority. The table 16.1 helps show the location of Bolivians and it’s pretty big in metro politician areas. I wouldn’t expect to run into a Bolivian in Kenosha, WI but I might if I was in Virginia. If I could make this chapter better I would like to go in depth to why Bolivians want to come to USA. The book states, “ In ...
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...ould like to do a research on different ethnicities that have came to the United States. I would like to do mine on Jamaicans and Asian Indians and their reasons for coming to the United States. I feel like these two cultures and different as they may be, don’t have a lot of studies done on them. I would like to see what was their reason for leaving their homeland, what hardships they faced, and which location do they thrive in more. I really want to be able to see how they gain foothold in the United States. By doing paper on Bolivians and Liberians it helps show me what different ethnic groups wish to come to the United States. I would use the history and economical challenges Bolivians and Liberians faced and use them to compare and contrast Indians and Jamaicans. This would show if these socio-economical problems are spread to other regions or in certain areas.
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