Essays on Race And Ethnicity

Non-Hispanic Blacks
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I appraise this article because of my mother. I do believe diabetes runs in families. My father’s family has no diabetes. My mother has one older sister and two younger brothers. Except her sister, my mother’s parents and her two brothers have type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). Her two brothers developed T2DM when they were young. My mother developed T2DM in her seventies. Both of her brothers died of complications of diabetes. My mother lived with me for three months…...
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Diversity and Social Justice Paper
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There are roughly 58 million Latinos/Hispanics currently residing in the United States (Flores, 2017). Making up 17 percent of the population, Latino/Hispanic Americans are the second-largest ethnic group in the United States, after non-Hispanic whites (Sue et al., 2016). This makes them the majority minority, as their population is over 4 percent larger than African Americans (Sue et al., 2016). With a 2 percent average annual growth rate, they are also the second-fastest growing population, trailing Asian Americans who have…...
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Non-Hispanic
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Non-Hispanic white women are 50% more likely to use a form of contraception than Latino women in the same age group. Within this set of young Hispanic women almost 80% of the pregnancies that occur are not planned, which isn’t shocking due to the routine usage of contraception, or lack thereof. Many studies believe the amount unexpected pregnancies within the young Hispanic population would decrease drastically if the young women were further informed on the topic of contraception. “Hispanic adolescents…...
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Hispanic Culture
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On a day to day basis within the medical field, it is likely to encounter patients from a variation of ethnical and cultural backgrounds. Within each culture, there are beliefs, values, traditions, and maybe even rituals that shape their expectations and actions regarding medical care. It is imperative as a healthcare professional to know how to work specifically with people from each one of these cultures, in order to gain trust and provide adequate care based off of and according…...
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Article Review for Kinesiology 
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There is no secret that in today’s time, Americans are faced with a concerning rise in levels of obesity in which all ages, ethnicities, geographic regions, and socioeconomic groups are affected. Childhood obesity is a major health concern for the United States Government and has influenced several many programming interventions and policies. However, it seems that in some cases such as the case conducted in Trends in Early Childhood Obesity in a Large Urban School District in the Southwestern United…...
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Hispanics and Cardiovascular Disease
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Cardiovascular disease is the 2nd largest cause of death among the Hispanic community in the United States followed by Cancer and is the leading cause of death in the United States for all other populations. (Balfour, Ruiz, Talavera, Allison, & Rodriguez, 2016) Finding a solution to the cause can prevent further risks of an already growing mortality due to these diseases. Health care professionals and doctors initiate a form of trust through communication by learning Spanish or working alongside interpreters…...
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El Museo del Barrio
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Alyssa RichardsProfesora Elizabeth LeffageSpanish 1154 October 2018El Museo Del Barrio During Hispanic heritage month, I went to visit El Museo del Barrio. El Museo del Barrio is an art exhibit displaying the history and urban of the Hispanic communities throughout the united states. Initially. I thought El Museo del Barrio was a museum of history with artifacts, but to my surprise, it was an art museum reflecting the current economy and struggles of the Hispanic communities compared to the 1960s…...
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Beliefs and Traditions That Influence Latinos
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The Hispanic culture is very strong on family and religion. The religion that they follow is Roman Catholicism. In this religion, the man is the protector, provider, and decision-maker for the family. The woman is the primary force that holds the family and home together. Spiritual and religious beliefs play a huge role in daily life, health, and illness. The Sick person will use prayer first, then if that doesn’t help they go to a folk person (someone who people…...
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Zora Neale Hurston And Protecting The Rights Of The African Americans
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In the early 1920’s there were so many conflicts going on in the United States of America. There was the segregation of races and the women fighting for their right to vote and equality which was led by the National Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA). And as a Colored woman living in America the chain of events greatly influenced the way Zora Neale Hurston writes her stories. Zora Neale Hurston Writes about an African American Couple living in Florida, the story…...
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Money, Status, Struggle, Race, Adultery In The Sweat And Gilded Six-bits Relationship By Zola Neale Hurston
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In the short stories “Sweat and “The Gilded Six-Bits”, by Zola Neale Hurston portrays some aspects of domestic African American life. They both have differences when it comes to the power of their relationships throughout their plot. The two short tales give off powerful messages in their own way in terms of money, status, struggle, race, adultery and control. In “Sweat”, it mainly focuses on two characters, Delia and Sykes, who are a married couple. Delia works hard as a…...
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Mount Rushmore Of African American Athletes
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Every great athlete deserves to be recognized for what he or she has done. However, the ones the athletes that deserve to be recognized the most are the ones that go above and beyond to change the way society looks at sports. Many athletes are good at what they play but there are only a few who indict change on policies and views of society. If I had to pick four people to put in a Mount Rushmore of African…...
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Story Related To A Middle Aged African-american Male Named Troy Maxson
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The story highlights the effects of unrealized dreams and how disillusionment can have effects across generations. Troy’s hurt from a prejudiced society’s inability to allow a black man to play professional baseball leaves him with an unfulfilled life and motivates his thwarting his son’s dreams of playing collegiate football. Troy is so focused on preventing Cory from following in his footsteps that he is unable to see that his actions are in actuality paving a path that leads Cory to…...
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Negative Effects Of Internet Usage In The Chinese Community
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There are 195 countries within the world and out of that total one county has more internet users than any other country. Six hundred and eighty-eight million people in China use the internet daily making China the most demanding country of internet usage. The internet is in such high demand that people rely it as their number one resource for information, surpassing both television and newspapers. While there are many benefits to this high degree of internet usage there are…...
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Irony Of American Socio-Political Values
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Thomas Wright was born on November 26, 1742, in Chicago, Illinois. He lived with his parents and other two brothers, Cedric and Roscoe, in a low-state house on the outskirts of Chicago. The family depended on income from ordinary jobs. Among the three children, Wright grew up as a rather astute and curious person, a behavior that would always land him into trouble with the boys from his neighborhood. Besides, being born at the center of the American Civil War,…...
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Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and race peculiarities
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In recent years, the number of individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) has risen (Lajonchere, Wheeler, Valente, Kreutzer, Munson, Narayanan, Kazemzadah, Cruz, Martinez, Schrager, Schweitzer, Chlovski, Hwang, 2016). Due to this rise in diagnoses, much attention has been given to the services that children receive in order to improve quality of life. In addition to the increase in overall diagnoses of ASD, the increase in prevalence of ASD in the United States is most notable within minorities (Jamison, Fourie, Siper, Trelles,…...
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The Trial Immigration Quiz
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On the sample, I answered nine out of ten correctly. I missed how many House of Representative members there are, made an educated guess on one question, and flat out had no clue on another that I got right, so I should have only answered seven out of ten correctly. I have seen scenarios on television with a popular late-night host, where random people are approached and asked similar questions about America, and they all seem to fail miserably. With…...
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The Affirmative Action Boosted The Whites Way Of Life
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Ira Katznelson focuses on how African Americans were denied access to economic relief during the New Deal. A near 65 percent of African Americans were denied access to many benefits that whites received such as social security, government grants, elderly poor assistance, and unemployment insurance. Local politicians in the south administered these new deals and these new deals were not given to the majority of African Americans. White American citizens had far more civil and political rights then black Americans…...
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The Affirmative Action And The Numerous Programs
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For the past 40 years, the practice linked to it have been continually under scrutiny. By definition, Affirmative Action is an action or policy favoring those who tend to suffer from discrimination, especially in relation to employment or education; in other words it is an act of positive discrimination. As an outcome of the 1960’s Civil Rights Movement, these policies were put into place to “even the playing field” and to promote social equality for those who have been historically…...
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Crossing Cultures In Hollywood
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A study states that Hollywood is still lagging behind its audience and the authors suggest, that the industry at large should invest in hiring that is reflective of the U.S. population, which is nearly 40 percent minority and at least 50 percent female according to a CNN article (2018). Minorities consisting of African Americans, Latinos, Asian Americans, and women are all misrepresented through the stereotypes and the restrictions that are placed on them in Hollywood films. The thriller/mystery film “Get…...
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American Dragon: Jake Long
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Family, an animated series of an Asian American who uses martial arts to fight crime, and literally any movie with the involvement of Jackie Chan (Shanghai Noon, Rush Hour series, Drunken Master, etc.) The “symbolic stretching of social relations across time and distance”, or globalization of the “martial arts master” in popular media has influenced audiences to assume, or imagine details of a culture unbeknownst to them. Orchard's definition of, “Imagination refers to the capacity to see in and think…...
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Publication Asian Television Representation
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In this journal “Be The One That You Want” Kim describes Asian representation in television as a policy and business issue as well as a cultural one. “To be invisible in visual culture is not have power in society” (Kim,125). She explained Asians in television through the 60s-90s, showing that representations focus on the Asian as the other, the foreigner, or the token model minority. Asian American characters began to appear in situational comedies or otherwise comedic roles on television,…...
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“Belief In The Biological Inferiority of The Group”
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Roger W. Lotchin, a University of North Carolina history professor, argues in his article “There were no concentration camps in America” that the ten camps where 120,000 Japanese Americans were relocated to in 1942 were not concentration camps. Additionally, he contends that the camps were not built because of racism but because of the United States (US) government’s lack of knowledge on who were spies of the Imperial Japanese government and what their plans of attack were in the West…...
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Publication Contribution to Asian American Culture
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Art is a transnational instrument of communication that easily embraces and mixes whatever cultures that encounter each other. Such a process is specifically visible in the United States, a multicultural society with a high possibility to absorb everyone who desires to fit the proposed standards of modernity. Asian artists that enter the American society are not an exception; thus, they have to face and overcome bias and, finally, assimilate. Consequently, they become a part of the American art tradition and…...
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 The Asian Americans Re-Articulate Race Identities to The World 
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In the past century Asian was the definition of creation of confusing and unintelligible beings in America. Americans often label Asians as stupid, created stereotypes such as small eyes, always wearing glasses and last name to every Asians should be Ming and Lee. Time goes by and thing started to change, with online platform such as YouTube. There are Asian that posted videos when YouTube was first published are now having great influence towards many other Asians and even to…...
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Mental Health in Asian Culture
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Some point in everyone’s life they will experience the feeling of being overwhelmed which is that uneasy feeling of discomfort and dread. This distress is defined as anxiety and is categorized as a mental disorder. With the preconceived notions and stigma against mental health, some individuals do not know how to cope and never get help. Furthermore, mental illness can be crippling in taking away an individual’s job, friends, and quality of life. Specifically, Asian American culture and mental health…...
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Asian American Mental Health and Mental Health Stigma
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The intention of this study is to track the progression of the mental illness stigma in the Asian American community over time. In addition, this study aims to identify the potential differences between levels of mental stigma between college students and individuals who are not attending college. This study will use a multi-step stratified sampling approach to gather subjects in California to obtain data for a comparative analysis to track levels of stigma over time. A survey will also be…...
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Causes of African American and Asian American Changing Poverty Rate 
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Whenever someone says African American, the first thing that comes to people’s mind is slavery, crime, and incarceration. But, when someone says Asian Americans, different things come to people’s mind like hard working, studious, good at math. So, why do these different stereotypes come to people’s mind when talking about two completely different ethnic groups. “In the United States, 39 percent of African-American children and adolescents are living in poverty, which is more than double the 14 percent poverty rate…...
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Critical Incidents Self Efficacy in African American Women
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The workforce has become more diverse in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). However, women in STEM career fields are not proportionate to their male counterparts. Women represent 24% of the STEM workforce, but African American women are a population of this percentage that is significantly underrepresented (Noonan, 2017). Moreover, 11% disparity existed in 2015 for African American women versus white women who were between the ages of 25-34 who graduated with an undergraduate degree and were employed in STEM…...
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The Publication on Legacy
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The real topic that keeps running all through The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man is that racism in American culture affects the mind and in addition the conduct of African Americans and does gigantic savagery to their legacy. The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man is, in some ways, the narrative of a man endeavoring to find his identity. As the storyteller goes around fretfully, analyzing and assessing other individuals' lives, he is looking for something, however he doesn't understand what…...
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Race from a Sociological Perspective
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Scholars have developed a theory that states, as soon as you are born you are given a racial label. This is because race is not something people are born with instead is something society has created (Desmond and Emirbayer). Race as a social construct Race in itself is largely confused as an idea that was created by nature, but in actuality, the term race is a social construct created by social interaction to label people based on origin, physical characteristics,…...
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The Ways of the World
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August Wilson, an American play writer, who brought to light the experiences and let downs of the African American population, is still one of the popularly known playwrights of his time period. With the success of his own program known as “Wilson’s 10 Day Play Cycle” his style of writing is still popular on stage. Some still refer to Wilson as “one of America’s most respected voices in theater” still to this day due to his “master narrative of the…...
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American Fur On Company
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How would you evaluate Astor in terms of his motive, his managerial ability, and his ethics? What lesson does his career teach about the relationship between virtue and success?  John Jacob Astor was a striving German immigrant, and like any other he was just trying to earn a living in the land of opportunities. Astor came from a poor family and had a really hard childhood, he was often hungry and lost his mom real early in life. He left…...
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The American Indian And What Alcohol Has Achieved
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Alcoholism and the American Indian A more befitting title should read: “American Indian and what alcohol accomplished. “ In an October 2016 online brief by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz and Dina Gilio-Whitacker, “What’s behind the myth of Native American Alcoholism”, it is eminent that alcoholism is as much as a predisposition to Native Americans as it is for ,what is considered, white people. As early as 1777 “Fur Traders” would compensate Indians with barrels of rum for the furs that were greatly…...
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Changing Their Lifestyle And The Lifestyle of Children
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While Europe was becoming crowded, Native people in the americas became prosperous. Then “In fourteen hundred ninety-two Columbus sailed the ocean blue.” Little did these ancient people know that Columbus would change their lifestyles, and there children's lifestyles, forever. There are many factors that go into the almost extinction of the American indian, but the most effective factors were new disease and war. The Indian removal act happen from 1814-1824 and displaced more than 46,000 people. One of the most…...
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Houses of Different Native Americans
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When you hear about Native Americans, what is the first thing you picture in your mind? You probably picture tough-looking men holding spears and crossbows over a large buffalo. Women dressed in colorful robes collecting nuts and flowers to eat and to create their medical remedies. If someone asks you to explain about a Native American tribe that follows a slightly different lifestyle, you would probably be confused. But, do not worry! You are making a small mistake that many…...
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Lenape Indians real Native New Yorkers
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If you have ever met a New Yorker, you are well aware of how proud they are of being New Yorkers. This is evident by their boasting and using the term 'Native New Yorker' along with the phrase 'How you doin”. I have been guilty of this myself, but that has changed once I decided to do this paper for my American Studies 100 course. When I heard we had a paper to do on Native American Indians I took…...
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The Theme of Love in Korean Pop Music
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With the exception of a few songs, love is the main central theme of Korean pop music. The topic is easy to identify and appropriate for everyone to follow as every person will be unified or crushed by affection. As most know there are different types of adoration and different ways to approach the subject. Some songs vary from love's initiation, to love's confusion, to love's pain, and of course to love's recovery. This music gives a viewpoint on the…...
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Taking Pride in Having a New York Dialect While Being Raised by a Korean Household
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Linguistic Profile I grew up in the United States, living in New York for all 18 years of my life. Raised by a Korean household, I learned Korean in my home and learned English at school. However, I always found myself leaning towards English as the more comfortable language. In my home, I talked to family members in Korean and rarely used any other means of communication. Preschool/elementary school and media, such as the television and radio, were primarily my…...
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A Review of Communication Styles in Two Different Cultures, Korean and American, a Book by Myung-Seok Park
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This book goes into great depth in understanding the similarities, differences, and explanations behind Korean and North American culture, and what happens when they meet. In this chapter the author, Park, takes every contrasting aspect that makes these to cultures different and analyzes the reasoning behind each norm; whether it be social, historical, or for some other reason. Park describes his personal interactions in the North American context, and through his experience the readers (including myself) can relate from similar…...
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James Rachels And Martin Luther Cultural Relativism And Justice
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Rachels principle guarantee is that the hypothesis of social relativism has genuine shortages, though a portion of the premises it depends on are substantial. In Rachels word, it is “not [as] plausible as it appears to be.”(57) One of the primary premises that social relativism remains on is that “different cultures have different moral codes.”(54) Rachels demonstrates this is valid by utilizing a few cases of social practices that vary considerably from our own, remembering marriage for Eskimo people group.…...
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The American Indian And What Alcohol Has Achieved
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