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...backgrounds can get along better. In order to get along with neighbors of different cultural or social orientations, for instance, people within the neighborhood ought to find the initiative to express interest in friendships that could start with simple warm greetings. Once the habit of greeting is established, the basic mode of interactions can then proceed to be taken to the next level wherein the individuals who have become accustomed to small talks might as well consider finding each other’s common interests. If one were found to possess significant inclination for a sport or hobby which happens to be the same fascination of the other then there would be an ample... Explain how people of diverse...
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Linguistic Backgrounds and Writing Skills
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...backgrounds.... Analysis Hypothesis First generation Americans have better writing skills than bilingual Null Hypothesis First generation Americans do not have better writing skills than bilingual students. Findings To examine the validity of the null hypothesis, several tests were done on the data. The various analyses done are described below. Cross-tabulation The analysis aimed at comparing the writing skills of the first generation Americans and the bilingual students. A cross tabulation was done, to compare the two groups, as shown below. Case Processing Summary Cases Valid Missing Total N Percent N Percent N Percent Are you first-generation American? * In high school, you earned an average grad...
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Do Student Backgrounds affect Schooling Outcomes
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...Backgrounds affect Schooling Outcomes? America is becoming more diverse than ever. The views from the various ethnic backgrounds vary considerably concerning their dissimilarity to other students. Studies show that a high proportion of pupils face segregation because of their racial background. Although white students usually report fewer cases of different backgrounds inside their classroom, there are still numerous instances of people from other races and ethnicities. Therefore, ethnic and racial backgrounds affect school outcomes (Sadovnik, 2007). Diversity with respect to school and classroom parameters such as the syllabus and the composition of the student body are related to better... Do...
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Working with Children from Culturally Diverse Backgrounds
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...Backgrounds Professional development has been defined diversely by various professionals with great association to personal growth. Russell (6) perceives it as continuous learning which propagates the affirmation of existing understanding among practitioners and acquisition of new skills and knowledge that enables them to align themselves to current developments in their respective fields of operation. Its importance cuts across the board from support staff to specialists in a particular field. Russell (7) appreciates the difficulty in working with children and families due to the rapidly expanding development in research findings on brain science... Working with Children from Culturally Diverse...
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Rita and Sue Escaping Constraints of Class and Gender Backgrounds
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...Backgrounds According to W.G. Runciman there is a British under below the working classes of skilled and unskilled manual workers, a term which 'stands not for a group or category of workers systematically disadvantaged within the labor-market but for those members of British society whose roles place them more or less permanently at the economic level where benefits are paid by the state to those unable to participate in the labor-market at all They are typically the long-term unemployed'. (Runciman 1990). Films of the 1980s depict concern about the quality of working class life. They focus on characters who wish to escape... Ludet Gopalan May 8, 2008 Rita and Sue Escaping Constraints and Gender...
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Manifestations of Personal Freedom in Protagonists with Differing Backgrounds
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...Backgrounds The actions, reactions and learning of Nea and Jake are a product of their peculiar backgrounds. While Nea can be seen as coming close to realising that her special bond with her sister Sourdi is over but Jake can be seen persisting in his frame of mind from start to end. A host of other factors can be attributed to the ends presented for either story but the relative time frames for each story are very important. Nea’s story takes a few years to develop fully while Jake’s story consists merely of a few minutes and therefore the amount of adulthood learning cannot be compared directly. On the one hand Jake’s frame of mind... ? Manifestations of Personal Freedom in Protagonists with Differing...
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The Rape by Family Members in Middle Income Backgrounds
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...Backgrounds Child sexual abuse is a common prevalence within many families. Though the male child may be a victim of sexual abuse in middle income backgrounds in the United States, most of the victims are girls with the perpetrator being the male parent. Other male family members or family friends may also constitute the perpetrators. These rape or sexual abuse incidents typically occur without the knowledge of other family members. There is a wide array of factors that contribute to these cases. The perpetrator takes advantage of the trust that exists between them and the child. Rape is a major... Prevalence, Causes, and Consequences of Rape of Underage Girls by Family Members in Middle Income...
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Accent and Ethnic Backgrounds Influencing Court. Perceptions as Eyewitnesses
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...Background: Factor influencing Court Perceptions as Eyewitnesses Accent and Ethnic Background: The U.S Civil Rights Act, Title VII provides basis upon which any employee should not be discriminated against based on color because of personal or client preference. Similarly, the title provides that a person may not be disqualified from a job vacancy based on linguistic characteristics that are profoundly linked to ethnic background or nationality. Quite contrary, an employer can exercise discriminatory procedures if a country’s judiciary mechanism appreciates in theory the relationship between language and identity. This research material seeks to establish the relationship between... ? Accent and Ethnic...
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Effective communications with people from diverse backgrounds .Discuss
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...backgrounds poses a big challenge for the nurse that calls for a good communication skills. In spite of this diversity, nurses initiate a common attitude of verbal and nonverbal therapeutic communication, sometimes with assertiveness, and adherence to professional boundaries. In this paper, I will be sharing my personal clinical experience... ?Assessment Assertiveness Diary Nurses have the most important role in healthcare for they are the ones who directly interact with the patient round-the-clock. Communication skills, both verbal and nonverbal, are essential for effective nursing care because even just a simple smile and a soothing voice could make a difference. Dealing with patients from diverse...
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Skills and Perspectives Needed for Working with Families from Diverse Backgrounds
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...Backgrounds I.D. Number: Term and Year Instructor’s Name Skills and Perspectives Needed for Working With Families From Diverse Backgrounds Abstract In the course of conducting professional tasks and duties in the realm of intercultural family counseling and management, social workers are required to practically learn and develop satisfactory cultural competence. Positive reception among the masses is a prerequisite to the winning workability of a social worker. Anti-oppressive practices must, therefore, be taken up and proper alterations in the service-user relationships must be carried out from apposite and compassionate... ? Skills and Perspectives Needed for Working With Families From Diverse...
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Older adults with non-English speaking backgrounds in their attempts at accessing and receiving nursing care
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...backgrounds in their attempts at accessing and receiving nursing care. The qualitative aspects of the research will focus obtaining data from descriptive narratives (interviews) as well as from general observations and case studies that will be made as the research continues by the person taking the data. The research conducted will essentially have descriptive elements as it will attempt to try and establish the communication issues affecting... ? Nursing Research Paper: RESEARCH DESIGN This research will use a qualitative model of research design in its attempt to try and establish the possible communication issues that can be perceived as tending to affect older adults with non-English speaking...
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Argument shows islamic banking is not only targeting people from muslim backgrounds or in muslim countires
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...backgrounds. References... Islamic Banking Is Not For the Muslims Alone Islamic Banking Is Not For the Muslims Alone Islamic banking has been defined as a banking system initially established to utilize funds in accordance with the Sharia principles of the Muslims, whose main purpose is the expansion of the ring of the unity among Muslims. Moreover, it seeks to offer a fair distribution, allocation and application of all funds in line with the Islamic teachings and principles. Therefore, all operations of the system must be in compliance with the Islamic law and principles. Arguments that the system was introduced for the benefit of Muslims and aims the Muslim countries have been refuted by the current...
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Reflection on a pretend observation of a k-3 classroom with children of diverse backgrounds
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...BACKGROUNDS This paper depicts of a reflection about a pretend observation of a K-3 classroom for 5 hours a week. It aims to present a log of activities within this week, constituting 5 hours. The reflection is for one-week attendance of this K-3 classroom. An Observation Log for the First 2 ½ Hours: Upon the teacher’s entry, children were noisy and playful, with stories to tell each other. Students are of different ethnic backgrounds. Three of them were blacks, one was a Korean child, another one was a Japanese girl, one boy was a Filipino, three were British, and six were Americas. There were a total of 15 children... REFLECTION ON A PRETEND OBSERVATION OF A K-3 ROOM WITH CHILDREN OF DIVERSE...
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It Is Now Widely Accepted That Children of Middle-class Backgrounds, Do Better, In Terms of Educational Performance
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...backgrounds, do better, in terms of educational performance, and educational outcomes, than children of working class backgrounds.  Paper Writer’s Name: Professor’s Name: Introduction: This essay is composed on a common observation that has been observed almost in every nook of the world that is “It is now widely accepted that children of middle-class backgrounds, do better, in terms of educational performance, and educational outcomes, than children of working class backgrounds”. Moreover, this essay also throws light on the following points Reasons behind this scenario, How material factor influences the educational outcomes of the students... ? Topic: It is now widely accepted that children of middle...
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Why it is important for police officers to understand cultural differences and the importance to communicate with individuals of all backgrounds What can police agencies do to better prepare police officers to understand diverse backgrounds and improve c
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...backgrounds? What can police agencies do to better prepare police officers to understand diverse backgrounds and improve communications with people who are not native speakers of English? Reference any sources of information used in your answer, including your textbook. As societies increasingly become more urban and cosmopolitan, it becomes imperative for police officers to understand cultural idiosyncrasies and sensibilities. It is an acknowledged fact that the history of American social life is littered with instances of racial and ethnic discrimination. Minorities... Why it is important for police officers to understand cultural differences and the importance to communicate with individuals of all...
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Improving Phonological Awareness and Decoding Skills of High School Students From Diverse Backgrounds by Kathleen McQuiston, Dor
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...Backgrounds by Kathleen McQuiston, Doris O'Shea, and Michelle McCollin Table of Contents Introduction 3 Methods 4 Results 4 Implications 5 Reference 6 Bibliography 6 Introduction ‘Phonological awareness’ is defined as the ability of human beings to comprehend the sound structure of a language which he/she hears in the surroundings. As a consequence of modernization, ‘phonological awareness’ has emerged as an effective tool to predict the reading and learning ability in humans and it has become a focus for researchers. The research performed by Kathleen McQuiston, Doris O’Shea, and Michelle McCollin is also based... ?Improving Phonological Awareness and Decoding Skills of High School from Diverse...
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Are politicians from particular backgrounds or with certain personality types more susceptible to being caught up in a political
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...Backgrounds or with Certain Personality Types More Susceptible to Being Caught Up in a Political Scandal than Others? Student’s Name: Date of Submission: Total Number of Words: 4,505 Introduction An event can be scandalous given that the piece of news report transgresses some form of moral codes, norms, and values (Thompson, 2000, p. 4). In most cases, a political scandal can cause serious damage on the personal, political, and socio-economic reputation of another person (Moran, 2012). A good example of political scandal includes the act of political corruption. It may also include some form of illegal or unethical practices were exposed to the general public... ? Are Politicians from Particular...
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Cultural Diverse Backgrounds Assignment 3
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...I can say that my mother raised us influenced by seven of the listed factors and not so much by one which is the beliefs about parent’s roles. My father left us 20 years ago and my mom had to fill in both parents’ roles in my family. My mother’s role models for parenting were her parents, still together after so many years. Nevertheless, she did not have any illusions about how a single mother should be. She was readily a father when we needed one. With our financial situation, my mother taught us the value of money and hard-work. She showed us how diligence and responsibility pay off in the end. As a result of working together in our home, my mother had taught my siblings and me the value... can say...
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Analyze how Beth and Calvins own family backgrounds influence and affect them within their family and their relationship with Conrad in Ordinary People
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...backgrounds influence and affect them within their family and their relationship with Conrad in Ordinary People Relationship within family is a popular theme among writers, especially fiction writers. Within this theme, relation among family members with difference in character, age, status, and gender is most popular. The novel- ‘Ordinary People’ by Judith Guest deals with the same theme, but in a different way. Guest deals with adolescent anxiety and related issues in the Jarrett family. Besides, the difference in family backgrounds of Beth and Calvin deeply influence and affect them within their family and their relationship with Conrad. Thesis statement... Analyze how Beth and Calvin’s own family...
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Improving Phonological Awareness and Decoding Skills of High School Students From Diverse Backgrounds by Kathleen McQuiston, Doris O'Shea, and Michelle McCollin
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...Backgrounds by Kathleen McQuiston, Doris OShea, and Michelle McCollin Table of Contents Introduction 3 Methods 4 Results 4 Implications 5 Reference 6 Bibliography 6 Introduction ‘Phonological awareness’ is defined as the ability of human beings to comprehend the sound structure of a language which he/she hears in the surroundings. As a consequence of modernization, ‘phonological awareness’ has emerged as an effective tool to predict the reading and learning ability in humans and it has become a focus for researchers. The research performed by Kathleen McQuiston, Doris O’Shea, and Michelle McCollin is also based... Improving Phonological Awareness and Decoding Skills of High School from Diverse...
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Toni Morrisons novel A Mercy contains a number of female characters who come from different racial, ethnic, and class backgrounds. Compare and contrast their experiences with historical evidence
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...backgrounds. She allows the reader to meet each character and formulate their own opinions of these creations. All women are enslaved in this novel; some more obviously than others. The Africans are of course enslaved by the institution of slavery. However, the white woman and the Native American are just as oppressed as the darker-skinned peoples.... A Mercy Toni Morrison’s novel A Mercy is a story about the beginnings of slavery in the United s and the inherent racism that goes with it. Inmany of her texts, the author discusses both the enslavement of African Americans during this period in history and how it mirrors the enslavement of women that is inherent in their interactions with men. ...
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In your role as a business psychology student, you are likely to work and study with people from many backgrounds. Tell us what will be some of the challenges for you studying with people different from yourself, and what y
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...backgrounds are primarily related to adjustment, both physical andmental. Most probably, I shall have to live in the hostel while taking the course since my home is miles away from the college. For that, I shall either have to live in the college hostel or hire an apartment on my own. In either case, I am most likely to have a room-mate who would share the rent and accommodation expenses with me. I hope my room-mate does not smoke or drink alcohol because I have always stayed away from these and would always like to! I might have to learn sleeping with the lights turned on, or picking chocolate wrappers from the floor... Answer Challenges which I expect to face while studying with people from different...
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Social care workers need to develop the knowledge and skills to work effectively with people from similar and diverse backgrounds. Describe one model of cultural competence and discuss the potential benefits and limimitation of applying the model
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...backgrounds. Describe one model of cultural competence and discuss the potential benefits and limitations of applying the model. Therefore, this paper will explore a suitable cultural competence model and proceed on related discussions. Purnell’s Model of Cultural Competence Figure – 1 Purnell’s Model of Cultural Competence (Purnell, 2002) The model is a conceptualization based on multiple theories and a research base gained from organizational, administrative, communication, and family development theories as well as anthropology, sociology, psychology, anatomy and physiology, biology, ecology... Running Head: Cultural Competence: A Model Cultural Competence: A Model Based Approach of Submission...
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Does the prison exacerbate or improve the mental health of those it contains Consider with reference to contemporary data on the social backgrounds of prisoners and the inherent harms of incarceration
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...backgrounds of prisoners within the system. Many prisoners come from unstable homes and families. A number of factors affect their mental health. Overcrowding is one of these factors. Sometimes first time offenders are housed with repeat... The general conditions of prisons and prisoners in many countries continue to be a vexed issue among many persons in the society. It leads to a number of debates and raises a variety of pertinent questions. Whether incarceration helps to stem crime or contributes to the increasing crime problem in some societies it is worth discussing and researching. One age old problem that continues to affect the incarcerated is that of mental health. This essay will examine...
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Analysis of Sense and Sensibility that incorporates to some degree the elements of our course: history, culture, and backgrounds of English literature. Think of this as a cause/effect: how do the previous authors and texts contribute to the *creation* of
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...backgrounds, and culture of English literature. The concept come as the dichotomy involving "sense" and "sensibility" has educational and historical resonances. In this paper, the resonance concern history, culture and background of English literature (Austen 10). During the 18th and 19th centuries, English writing experienced a dramatic evolution. The 18th era had witnessed the rise of the book in the efforts of authors like Samuel Richardson and Daniel Defoe. These books concentrated on broad communal matters of morality and domestic ways... of burlesque, parody, free indirect speech, irony, and a level of realism. She employs burlesque and parody for comic outcome and assessment of...
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Is there a relationship between service delivery to customers from different cultural backgrounds and the issues arising from cr
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...background. Differences in language and culture can significantly impact movement towards global expansion of a company in the hospitality industry. But these differences also highlight the need for global research into markets like Europe, as a company that enters a foreign market like Sweden or Germany unprepared and unversed in its... ?TOURISM The current investigation looks into some strategies that apply to the hospitality industry, focusing on management for those firms with cross-cultural operations in the multinational business environment. The main assumption of the report is that strategies should be consistently culturally sensitive to diversity, and customer-centric in a way that shows...
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Is there a relationship between service delivery to customers from different cultural backgrounds and the issues arising from cross culture management
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...background. Differences in language and culture can significantly impact movement towards global expansion of a company in the hospitality industry. But these differences also highlight the need for global research into markets like Europe, as a company that enters a foreign... TOURISM The current investigation looks into some strategies that apply to the hospitality industry, focusing on management for those firms with cross-cultural operations in the multinational business environment. The main assumption of the report is that strategies should be consistently culturally sensitive to diversity, and customer-centric in a way that shows respect for integral cultures. For example, a hotel chain...
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Choose one of the following two topics and write a short essay. (Maximum length 300 words) The University of Washington seeks to create a community of students richly diverse in cultural backgrounds, experiences, and viewpoints. How would you contribute
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...Describe an Experience of Cultural Difference, Positive or Negative, You Have Had or Observed. What did you learn from it? Different kinds of thought were running through my head while I apprehensively waited for the airplane to land. I tried bottling up the anticipation I had by putting it aside; nevertheless, I felt the same as “Alice in wonderland as she enters into a new dimension.” “What will happen if the people I meet will not understand me? I impatiently wondered. I had traveled to America back in 2012 to study English. The few times that we were asked by our professors to work in groups, it was very stressful. The American students would criticize me of my Chinese accent, how my... an...
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How has your backgroung and experience prepare you to interact effectively with individuals who are different from you in their social, cultural, or economic perspectives
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...Background and Experience Have prepared Me to Interact Effectively with Individuals Who Hold Different Social, Cultural, or Economic Perspectives Over time, I have realized the importance of respecting divergent views and appreciating different backgrounds. My appreciation of divergent views and people from different social, economic, and cultural backgrounds has been shaped by different experiences much as it has been shaped by my personal background. In the following sections, I will briefly discuss how my background and experiences have helped me become more effective in interacting with people whose...
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Developmentally Appropriate Activities Portfolio
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...backgrounds. Children may use various colors of their skin tone. This “rainbow of skin color” highlights trivia from the children’s various backgrounds which they are free to add to under their respective color in the rainbow. Each “bow” represents a cultural group and it is up to them to decorate their own bow to express their own cultural background. They can put pictures, 3-D objects, words and their translated meanings, etc. On another corner of the bulletin board, they can have a bigger space to write more information about their cultural backgrounds like where it is in the globe, what people are like there, what they...
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ACHIEVEMENT GAP
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...backgrounds. The differences in their performance are mostly measured through their classroom based average scores. I believe the achievement gap exists for many reasons. The first reason for this gap is the economic status of these students. Economic status is important in order to provide the recourses for the students. The lack of recourses at home effect students’ performance in a negative... Achievement Gap The achievement gap is the difference that exists between different from different ethni These students may include students from White, Hispanic, Black, American Indian/ Alaska Native and Asian/ Pacific Islander ethnicities. There is a major performance gap between students from these ethnic...
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Summery
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...backgrounds. Measures have been put in order to accommodate the needs and interests of people from different backgrounds. Chapter three looks at the concepts of melting pot and multiculturalism. From this perspective, I have gathered that the concept of melting pot refers to the process where people from different backgrounds converge and establish a new society. For instance, America... The first chapter summary s that culture is generally described as a way of life of a particular group of people. Culture is comprised of factors such as values, believes, language, food and dressing among other social factors. I have realised that culture differs from place to place and it distinguishes one group of...
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How do different background influence workplace communication and understanding
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...background influence workplace communication and understanding? Cultural backgrounds influence workplace communication and understanding in various ways. Differences in cultural backgrounds contribute to rich vibrancy in the country’s unique culture. However, these differences can pose a challenge in workplaces. Peoples ways of relating and communication styles are often influenced by their individual cultural heritage. Understanding and accepting these cultural differences is quite essential in resolving them. Cultures communications are either low-context or high-context. Low-context communications are favored by European-based cultures. These rely on clearly spelling out rules... How different...
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Assimilation and Pluralism
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...backgrounds. American society is a true example of assimilative society which people from different ethnicities and races work under one unit. The people and government of United States of America are highly welcoming in this regard and for this reason large number of turn towards America every year. Immigrants see United States as place where they can prosper. Since this concept is loosely based on considerable open means of living, assimilation might pose a problem to those who hail from relatively conservative backgrounds. Pluralism is a nearly same concept... Assimilation and Pluralism Assimilation is the amalgamation and peaceful existence of people in one society who may hail from different...
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Daily Reading Responses5
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...background are perceived to be well educated, wealthy, powerful, influential and authoritative, material possessive and have easy access to healthcare and leisure. Those from a poor background, on the other hand, are not that well educated and work full-time at wages below the poverty line and usually struggle to make ends meet. Family values of these two... due: Daily Reading Responses This discussion paper will discuss on the Complex Legacy of Social on African American Lesbian Relationships, with reference to Not Any One Thing, written by Hall and Greene. Social class is very often defined by a group of people with the same levels of influence, wealth, and social status. People from a good social...
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Why longhouses are beneficial to college campuses
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...backgrounds at Evergreen. In addition, her idea of a powerful education was a place that harmonized the relationship between the college, students, and the community. The longhouse was the perfect gathering place on college campuses where people from different cultural backgrounds... Why Longhouses are Beneficial to College Campuses For many years, longhouses have reduced the gap between colleges and the tribal communities. They have been a pillar for creating and maintaining a Native American Center at public colleges. The benefits of longhouses in college campuses were a vision of one Mary Ellen Hillaire, a Lummi tribal member. She intended to establish a gathering place for people of all social...
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Summary of article Diversity does not apply to companies' executives
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...backgrounds started as a practice against discrimination. An ideal situation is when diversity helps a company to answer its business needs. However, very senior positions in most companies are still held by the while male majority. This is in spite of the proven fact that a diverse work force at different levels can help a company to function more effectively. A good number of companies comply with anti-discrimination laws by hiring from diverse backgrounds in the lower rungs of their work force. When it comes to the higher positions, companies usually say that those who are not promoted to higher levels have not stayed with the company long enough....
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Write a Persuasive Memo
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...backgrounds have equal chances to learn at the institution. The university plans to roll out a plan to fund personal effects of students from humble family backgrounds. The university has the best infrastructure and facilities that offer students conducive atmosphere favoring learning and research. The facilities and the incubation labs set up within the institution is the center for international research where all approval of all global researches takes place. We have the best teaching and technical staff panel with internationally envied reputations. The institution boasts of having the best professor to student relationships in the world. The close...
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Diversity training manual part 2
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...backgrounds. There is bound to be tensions and conflicts arising from their differences when people from different races and cultural backgrounds converge at one place for a common goal, such as at a workplace. For instance, the racial differences may lead to creation of classes and social status among the workers, even for those in the same level in the organizational structure. The whites tend to look down upon other races, especially the Africans, as inferior. As such, some... Diversity Training Manual Part 2 Task Historical Issues of Different Races in the Workplace, and How to Handle Them Diversity in workforce is now a common phenomenon that the Human Resource managers have to deal with in modern ...
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Closing the Gap on Cultural Competency
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...backgrounds, gender, religions, and sexual orientations. Through cultural competence, it becomes easier to affirm, recognize, value, as well as foster the strengths possessed by communities, individuals, and families. As a result, the dignity and worth of each person... ? Closing the Gap on Cultural Competency This paper seeks to address the topic on closing the gap on cultural competency.The paper will define cultural competency and identify the top barriers that should be addressed in cultural competency. In addition, the paper will answer the question of whether cultural competency should be included in the school curriculum. Moreover, the paper will highlight why it can be termed as important for...
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Company analysis-- Doctors without Borders
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...background of the organization and it will also discuss issues related to management of diversity. The paper will also provide recommendations about the measures that can be taken in order to effectively manage the organization. Background information of the organization Doctors Without Borders / Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) is a non profit organization which works in nearly 70 countries providing medical aid to the people in need regardless of their race, religion, or political affiliation... meningitis; and conducted 50,000 surgeries.” Managing diversity From the statistics presented above, it can be seen that Doctors Without Borders operates in various parts of the globe and it also...
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Building team
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...backgrounds and cultural backgrounds is said to have the ability to come up with various ideas and opinions. Great importance is given to the identification of various solutions for a particular problem, this portion of the decision making process can be satisfied by having people from diverse backgrounds making decisions (Hansen, 2006). References Hansen, Z. K., Owan, H., Pan, J., & National Bureau of Economic Research. (2006). The impact of group diversity on performance and knowledge spillover--an experiment in a college classroom. Cambridge, Mass: National Bureau of Economic... Group Performance Group performance A common individual de s diversity within a group as a group consisting of individuals...
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Characteristics
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...backgrounds, while keeping them under treatment. The patient wants the doctor to understand his or her values and virtues, and provide them medical care accordingly. Cultural competency comes as a difficult task for many doctors as they have familiarized themselves with different cultural backgrounds, so that communication between them and the patients become easier, and the best possible way of treatment can be acknowledged. A number of nurses... Characteristics Characteristics Culturally competent care is a responsibility taken up by doctors and other people in the medical profession that they will be considerate towards the different attitudes of patients and respect their cultural beliefs and...
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The impact of education on someone who is disadvantaged
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...backgrounds generally lag behind their peers. This greatly reduces their ability to participate in the socio and economic activities. Education is a powerful tool that can be used to address challenge, giving people from poor backgrounds an equal chance in life. This concept is well explored in the TED Talk video’ Our Failing School. Enough is enough’ by Geoffrey Canada (2012) and the ‘Clamorous to Learn’ essay by Eudora Welty. Education has the ability to influence the thinking and actions of people, thereby equipping them with skills relevant in their life. For the poor children, their parents do not have such information... Lecturer Essay # The impact of education on the poor People from poor...
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The Externalities of Education
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...backgrounds, cultures, and races. Public education helps one to interact with other people and this carried over to work force where one becomes friendly, tolerant, and understanding to different people. The last positive externality of public education is that it creates better work force. A better work force comes from excellence education whether private or public. Quality education produces better work force especially in the technological... The Externalities of Education 7th, August, The Externalities of Education This paper identifies three positive externalities of public education as higher income, social cultural diversity, and better work force (Kling, 2008). Quality education supplement...
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Research Support
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...backgrounds of both parties involved present complications that need to address health practitioners. This paper aims at developing a research base for the proposed solution that is sufficient to support its use. The solution to the challenges, faced by both health practitioners and patients, can be solved through enhanced positive interaction (Holland & Cogg, 2010). This is possible when caregivers show initiative in trying to understand their patient’s cultural background. This is possible because health givers... Research Support Cultural awareness and sensitivity, in healthcare delivery, are faced by cultural dynamism that is exhibited by both the caregivers and patients. The diverse cultural...
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The Importance of Creating a Learning Environment in which Diversity is Respected
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...background, are recognized and valued and incorporated in the learning process. There is more to diversity than just accepting people from different backgrounds. Diversity calls for the management and integration of the varied backgrounds in the learning process. Nonetheless, diversity and inclusion in the learning environment are essential values, as the diverse learning environment is important in this twenty-first century education. In order to ensure respect... The Importance of Creating a Learning Environment in which Diversity is Respected Diversity in the learning environment means the individual differences of students such as age, religious beliefs, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and family...
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COMM GROUP ASSIGNEMTN
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...backgrounds may subject learners to uncertainties of intercultural barriers. Intercultural diversity manifests itself and creates a sense of self-identity, belonging and comfort among different individuals and communities. Therefore, students must devise means of interacting with colleagues despite their cultural difference (Timmerman, 2007). Interview Questions and Answers The students would use questions with a view to understanding intercultural diversities between them. Fist question would seek to understand personal background of the respondent. It would inquire respondent student’s personal... backgrounds. Possible answers to the question would provide the...
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Migration, Development and Social Capital
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...backgrounds. Members of an enclave can be easily understood by the geographic area that they occupy and similarities in the economic activities that earn them a living (Portes 2010, p.164). The author has explored the characteristics that define an ethnic enclave. Most ethnic enclaves are occupied by members of a particular ethnic group who speak the same language and share certain customs. In the United States, for example, ethnic enclaves comprise of immigrants from the same cultural backgrounds who have become entrepreneurs in a certain area. Such minorities may have challenges in accessing capital required... Migration, Development and Social Capital The reading describes the economic behavior of...
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...backgrounds of their workers by observing national and local rules (United Nations Global Compact). The adherence to this principle means that they need to set rules that embrace all... Raw #8 Principle 4 The Elimination of Forced and Compulsory Labor forms principle is the forceful employment of a person without his or her consent (United Nations Global Compact). The principle further indicates that labor ought to be free and the worker should be able to leave as per the set regulations. This principle means that forceful labor is illegal and amounts to slavery, child abuse or physical abduction among other employment offenses that violate human privileges. For companies to adhere to this principle,...
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