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Immigration in the United States Katie Porter Chapman University April 11, 2011
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Article from The New York Times “Mexican Immigrants Face Darkest Housing Picture” discusses how housing in New York City is even harder for Mexican immigrants Overcrowded conditions (43% vs. 15% vs. 9%) More likely to pay more than half of their income on rent
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Why? The writer suggests that the poor living conditions are due to the immigrants “newness” to New York and their low incomes
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Terms from the text What is an immigrant? An individual who is both willing and eager to become a member of the new culture and fully expects to remain in the new country
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5 Stages of Culture Shock Initial Euphoria Disintegration of familiar cues and irritation with the differences experienced in the new culture In the New York times article we can see how the immigrants might feel frustrated and become irritated with language barriers and different cultural attitudes.
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The reintegration of new cues and
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