This is in contrary to the dominant society that only specialized in one language. Tribal diversity and language difference further culminated to a presence of violence more or less similar to a revolution between German and French. Consequently, the diversity further led to the recognition that different societal members were also important in the building of a better American history (Healey 6).
Having been resilient in the previous decades and built along racial community, American Indians should take active role in doing away with racial alliances that are considered as subjects of violence and intrigues to epidemic diseases. Besides, American Indians are believed to have fallen along the lineage of poverty lines. Therefore, they should consider future economic development. Strategies that could be easily improved are the ones based on physical or mental capability such traditional self discipline and behavioral management. However, traditional and spiritual are a bit difficult to root out (Healey 6).
Emphasizing on a single offset, but this applied to all groups. Some of their common cultural characteristic included gender difference where men were perceived superior to women. Discipline was also highly recognized as a form of guidance to the society. Therefore, shame and guilt became ways of instilling discipline among the family members. Besides, the family was under the control and influence of collectivism where the decision made by one person had to be respected by all the family members. These characteristics were considered vital to the entire community because, social values taught within the family could finally be reflected in the society (Healey 6).
In accordance to segments and assimilation theories, several problems later resurfaced due to the emergence of second generation, which mainly composed of youthful members of the Chinese society. Later, it was pointed out that the