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Unformatted text preview: Module Two Assignment Southern New Hampshire University CJ -112 Chinese Stereotyp es Cultural stereotypes related to Chinese immigrants included fixed ideas that wealthy Chinese women had small, bound feet. Another assumption is that Chinese women were prostitutes, regardless of proof of legal documentation showing her as a wife. Other myths were that Chinese and the formation of Chinatowns were a threat to the health and morality of the U.S. United Passenger Suffered Concussion, Broken Nose and Lost Teeth David Dao, a 69-year-old Kentucky doctor was dragged off a United Express flight when he refused to obey the airline's orders to leave the flight. The flight was overbooked, and after having no success reducing the number of passengers by offering money to anyone who voluntarily get off the flight, the airline ordered passengers to go. Dao suffered a concussion and broken nose during the incident and lost two teeth, when officers with the Chicago Department of Aviation dragged Doa's limp body down the aisle, after United called security. This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA Police officer accused of using excessive force on an unarmed Indian man Sureshbhai Patel was walking around his son's neighborhood during a visit to the United States. After having received a report of a "skinny black man" in the area, Former Alabama police Officer Eric Parker approached Patel. When Patel did not obey his commands because Patel did not understand English, Parker slammed Patel to the ground and fell on top of him. Patel suffered severe injuries and had to be hospitalized. History Of Chinese Immigration To The United States Early Chinese immigration to the United States began in Mid The Chinese Exclusion Act was finally overturned in 1943 Rock Springs massacre of 1885 1800s 1885 1882 The Chinese Exclusion Act passed in 1882 1943 1890 Opening Of The Federal Immigration Station At Ellis Island In 1890 1965 Immigration And Naturalization Act Of 1965 Further Loosened Restrictions On Immigration History and Cultural Biases Due to the Chinese Exclusion Act, Chinese people traveling in the United States were required to carry papers. This would cause a cultural bias allowing police to stop any person of Asian decent. White miners had a cultural bias that Chinese laborers were the reason for their troubles. Besides the typical communication issues that arise due to different languages, other communications issues may arise due different communication styles. Different attitudes towards conflict can cause communication issues as well. ...
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