Describe any history of migration of the group in America. Has the cultural group changed its role/statues in relation to the dominant culture?
Migration of the group in America-statues in relation to the dominant culture
Firstly, Describe any history of migration of the group in America. Has the cultural group changed its role/statues in relation to the dominant culture?
Secondly, Groups attitudes towards authority, work, display of feelings, or emotion?
Thirdly, Describe family structure(s) who makes decisions or how are sections made? How are children reared?
Fourthly, Is there a special language used by the cultural group?
Fifthly, What is cultural group political economic, educational, socialization and social control? How are social, cultural, religious and health needs met?
Further, How do members cope with stress? What has been their adjustment to new situations?
Moreover, What has been group’s expletive with issues related to prejudice, disceim, social stratification, and stereotyping?
How have these impacted group socially, politically, and economically?
Additionally, What is group’s ethnic consciousness? How is difference valuation?
Besides, How do they view themselves in relation to the dominant society?
Lastly, Opportunities that are available to the group for advancement.
The following information may be useful to you.
The history of immigration to the United States details the movement of people to the United States starting with the first European settlements from around 1600. Beginning around this time, British and other Europeans settled primarily on the east coast. In 1619, there was Africans slaves importation.
The United States experienced successive waves of immigration, particularly from Europe. Immigrants sometimes paid the cost of transoceanic transportation by becoming indentured servants after their arrival in the New World. Later, immigration rules became more restrictive; the ending of numerical restrictions occurred in 1965. Recently, cheap air travel has increased immigration from Asia and Latin America. Attitudes towards new immigrants have cycled between favourable and hostile since the 1790s.