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    Immigrants Into America

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    Integration of immigrants into American mainstream Since the creation of the United States of America, immigrants from all backgrounds have sought refuge, a home and a life in this country of prosperity and opportunity. The opportunity of freedom to exercise natural rights is a large pull factor that causes many people to come to America. Others come because it is a country where one can prosper. Prosperity of people in a country, however, is a more challenging phenomenon to explain than opportunity

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    Essay On Ethnoscapes

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    Ethnoscapes abound in today’s society. The concept of ethnoscapes can be represented by ethnic presence, difference and change. These aspects are present in today’s urban areas. This essay will evaluate the concept of ethnoscapes based on ethnic presence, difference and change in urban areas. It will then go on to analyse the meaning of the ‘on the ground’ theory and how ethnoscapes relate to other conceptual approaches such as segregation, multicultural city and ethnic economies. The final part

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    Recflction Paper

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    In the course I have learned to respect diversity of other ethnicities and how diverse a classroom could potentially be. I have noticed in our classroom we have different ethnic groups. It was astonishing to see the hardship each ethnic group faced or still faces. The socioeconomic status has given a new perspective on people of less income and taught me to become more empathetic towards others. Ethnic groups are defined as “memberships based on one’s national origin or the national origin of one’s

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    election violence

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    Elections are supposed to function as a peaceful means for making decisions and settling political differences. But they do not always function in this way: sometimes, they trigger political violence. Especially ethnically divided societies are often thought to be prone to such dynamics. This paper presents a comparative analysis of the 2007 Kenyan elections and the 2006 and 2011 elections in Zambia. Working with these cases, it asks, first, whether the presence of ethnic diversity must lead to violence

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    Managing Ethnic Diversity in the Workplace

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    For the purpose of this paper, I will define what the term Diversity means, and then I will concentrate on the diversity as a result of geographic origin or ethnic diversity. I will look at how ethnic diversity is managed generally and then how my employer, deals with the diverse ethnic groups in its organization and what it needs to improve on. The first usage of ethnicity is attributed to the American Sociologist David Riesman in 1953. The word ethnic, however, is much older. It is derived from

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    Managing diversity and demographical changes in the workplace presents many dilemmas. Confronted with constant change, management, business educators, and organizational consultants continue to meet the challenges of a new and diverse workforce in a number of ways. Diversity can be defined in numerous ways. Diversity includes all the ways in which people differ, and it encompasses all the different characteristics that make one individual or group different from another. It is all inclusive and recognizes

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    Diversity

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    Diversity America’s workforce is continuously changing. Businesses today hire and retain culturally diverse employees to compete in the globalize market. Companies are developing ways to tap into and capitalize upon the talents of their workforces. They are discovering how to value the diversity of their workforces and the potential that diversity brings in flexibility, ingenuity and problem solving are helping them achieve their goals. Diversity can be differences in age, gender, ethnicity,

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    Analysis of Representations of Ethnic Differences in Advertising Select either a travel brochure or a print advertisement which features a person/people who are not Pakeha. Analyse the way in which ethnic and/or cultural difference is represented in the advertisement through its use of linguistic and visual signs. --------------------------------------------------------------------- Advertising companies are often criticised for not turning to people who are not of White European descent

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    The issues surrounding race and ethnicity are so widespread and deep-rooted in society. Racism based on negative assumptions and abuse that have been socially built by every individual within the society. It is intriguing to note that racial and ethnic identities differ in by most people worldwide. This is due to people from all over the world migrated into our country. There are numerous various cultures in New Zealand society and ethnicity and race are extremely relevant in their everyday life

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    CULTURAL DIFFERENCES ON ADDICTION AND RECOVERY 3 It has been said that most people in the world have the same wants, needs and desires. While that is true of people, we still have differences in our back grounds, and in our heritage. We all have a unique culture of understanding. America enjoys these cultural differences, we have embraced them, and it has in many ways enriched this country. There are times however when these differences can be a

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