Assimilation Essay Topics

The move towards assimilation

The move towards assimilation has given colonized states the capability to clamor for equal and fair treatment. Though there are contrasting and opposing views towards such initiative, it is an important component in creating the appropriate framework towards for conciliation and later on sovereignty. By equally understanding the importance of such idea among society, there… View Article

Filipino-American Assimilation

Migration because of economic reason is one of the growing trends of population throughout the world. With this trend, culture transfer becomes very popular whether the migrant will be assimilated to the culture of the host country or the migrant could transfer part of his culture to some people. However, before the simple cultural exchanges… View Article

Four Assimilation Options

Leaving one’s country of origin in order to reside permanently in a foreign land does not always entail an easy transition for an individual who is involved in this situation. There are series of changes that he or she must have to go through in order to adapt to the new environment that he or… View Article

“Does America Still Exist?” by Richard Rodriguez

In the short essay “Does America Still Exist?” by Richard Rodriguez, the primary inquiry is found by plainly considering the title. This question is much deeper than what some might consider it to be. In order to even begin to consider this interrogation, Rodriguez must first define “America”. In his opinion, the main cornerstone of… View Article

Australian assimilation policies of the 1930’s

The following statement, “The assimilation policies of the 1930’s had a devastating effect on the Indigenous community, which is still being felt today. While promoted as protection for the Aboriginal children, the policy actually aimed at wiping out the Aboriginal race”, is incorrect and unsupported. It was not the actual assimilation policies that caused the… View Article

The proccess of assimilating

This essay explores the proccess of assimilating into the American society after a famiy moves to the USA from China in “In The American Society”, by Gish Jen. It also explores the irony in the title of the piece. “In The American Society”, by Gish Jen, is a lurid portrayal of an Asian-American family who… View Article

Reflection on Diversity

I used to have a colleague in college who happens to be born into a royal family but was very humble and down to earth. She never wanted to be treated like the princess that she was and did everything possible to fit in and be like every normal student. Most people couldn’t stand her… View Article

Multicultural Education

Multicultural Education What is it? Multicultural Education What caused it (Causative factors) Reaction to monocultural approach to education “one size fits all attitude” It is a reaction to Assimilation A+B+C=D The World changed became more heterogeneous as result of various SOCIAL, ECONOMIC & POLITICAL developments USA Segregation patterns (1900-1953) “separate but equal” It was never… View Article

The Castle Essay – Global Village

The global village is vastly evident throughout all of society, moreso than ever before. As a result of the formation of this global village, there has been many consequences for society. With the rising coexistence of local and global communities, local society is adapting to suit the needs of the global village. Hence, there is… View Article

Silent Dancing

The written text and photograph for Judith Ortiz “Silent Dancing” reflects back on Cofer’s unhappy confusing childhood. Cofer recalls most of her memories from a silent video; both the story and photograph paint a garden of grey memories of isolation, unsettling situations, the struggles of assimilation, and the sadness she experiences as a child. My… View Article

Does the World Still Care About American Culture

Pells – Does the World Still Care About American Culture? What does Pells mean by the statement, “American culture used to be the elephant in everyone’s living room”? “Elephant in the room” is a term used for an obvious truth that is going unaddressed or being ignored. It also applies to an obvious problem that… View Article