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Asian Americans The Model Minority
648 wordsThe author, Ronald Takaki, wishes to illustrate that the perceptions of Asian Americans as a 'model minority' are not entirely accurate. Takaki writes that the facts and figures used to compare Asian-Americans to other, less successful minority groups are misleading. For example, the author writes that although Japanese Americans are seen as upwardly mobile, they have not yet achieved equality. The essay states that 'while Japanese American men in California earned an average income comparable t...
Half American As E.P. Thompson
786 words"Letter to Americans" by E.P. Thompson Dated back in 1986, "Letter to Americans" is as if it's written in the last three-four years. In it E.P. Thompson explains why he is anti-American in his beliefs. First off, he starts with that he is in two minds about this state of his. Even his friends doubt he is anti-American, thinking he is joking. We also read how the author traces American ancestry on his mother's side- he goes back to his great-great-grandfather who lived in Lincoln times. Most of h...
Native American Tribe
1,145 wordsThis essay summarizes the key aspects of Rowlandson's captivity story; the reasons behind her captivity; how she juxtaposes the bible and her experiences; the trials and tribulations that she had to confront in the hands of her captors; the type of succor that she received during her moments of crisis; her attitude towards her Native Americans captors; the culture, traditions and attitude of the her captors namely the Algokian Indians; the hardships the Indians had to endure at the hands the col...
Yezierska's Bread Givers
1,301 wordsAn zia Yezierska's Bread Givers attacks several social norms of both her traditional Polish homeland and the American life her protagonist has come to know. Clearly autobiographical, Bread Givers boldly questions why certain social and religious traditions continue throughout the centuries without the slightest consideration for an individual's interests or desires. Sara's traditional Jewish upbringing exposed her to a life dominated by patriarchal control; when she arrived in New York to seek o...
Values Of Us Culture Both Articles
1,158 wordsValues Of US Culture Both articles, "America 2000: Fast and Furious Fun" by Jerry Adler and "Shopping" by Don DeLillo, examine various things that Americans value as a society. It may seem at first that articles are quite different, given the content variations, however, there is a similarity in purpose that authors are trying to achieve and the audience that they target. Clearly, both authors take a look at what is available to people in the US in terms of fun and entertainment, trying to addre...
Hunt For Irish McCarthys
766 wordsComic turn The Road to McCarthy by Pete McCarthy 432 pp, Hodder After his rollicking romp around Ireland in the best-selling McCarthy's Bar, Pete McCarthy has now set out on a roistering rollick around the globe. The Road to McCarthy is ostensibly a hunt for Irish McCarthys, all the way from Morocco, New York and Tasmania to Montana and Montserrat; but it reads less like a comic tour of the world than a tour of the world for the sake of being comic about it. Which, to be sure, the book frequentl...
Outsourcing Of Their Customer Service Labor
2,975 wordsINTRODUCTION Clarendon Street Consultants (CSC) is a long-standing consulting firm based in Chicago. With a history of operations spanning more than forty years, our firm has established a faithful client base, which it serves through five privately-owned offices. The firm has recently been confronted with the controversial issue of outsourcing American jobs. Proponents of the measures claim that the outsourcing of labor is beneficial for Americans in terms of cost savings for corporations and t...
Great Depression Throughout The 1930's
835 wordsThe Great Depression Throughout the 1930's, the United States of America underwent its worst economic hardship ever. This struggle, known as the Great Depression, affected every aspect of American life. As the result of economic disparity brought on by the First World War and the great stock market crash of 1929, the depression sent America into a downward spiral into poverty. Businesses filed for bankruptcy, farmers were unable to sell crops, and banks were incapable of providing people with th...
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