SOC315_r4_Multicultural_Matrix_and_Analysis_Worksheet (2)

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Multicultural Matrix and Analysis SOC/315 Version 4 1 University of Phoenix Material Multicultural Matrix and Analysis Worksheet Instructions: Part I: Select and identify six groups in the left-hand column. Complete the matrix. Part II: Write a summary. Part III: Format references consistent with APA guidelines.
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Multicultural Matrix and Analysis SOC/315 Version 4 2 Part I: Matrix What is the group’s history in the United States? What is the group’s population in the United States? What are some attitudes and customs people of this group may practice? What is something you admire about this group’s people, lifestyle, or society? 1. Chinese and Japanese Americans Chinese Americans immigrated to the United States to find themselves mostly part of tourism. The Japanese Americans dealt with discrimination and involuntary imprisonment during the end of the World War II. Both the Chinese and Japanese are strong learners and contribute a great deal to the economy of the United States. Chinese Americans make up about 1% of the United States population. On the United States census the question asked is Asian, so I could not find how many Japanese are in the US. The total Asian population is just under 8% and that is made up from Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Vietnamese and other Asian. Both the Chinese and Japanese Americans are very respectful of their ancestry and heritage. Modern culture has so many inter marriages had the youth and the elders of these two cultures at odds. A majority of Japanese and Chinese are Buddhist and very peaceful people. Chinese celebrate the Chinese New Year, but only figuratively. For the Japanese one of the largest celebrates in the United States is the Obon festival in July or August, to celebrate their ancestors and families with folk dance and food. I admire how accepting the Chinese and Japanese Americans are. I have found this is the most accepting group of others that I have studied. I also find their respect of others and the importance of education very admirable.
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Multicultural Matrix and Analysis SOC/315 Version 4 3 2. Alaska Natives The Alaska native brotherhood was found in 1912. Alaska native claims settlement act passed by congress in 1971 to settle their land and claims and provide establishment of 13 Alaska regional corporations to administer their claim. Generally they treated separately from native Americans in united states for example they allowed harvesting of whale and other marine mammals under the marine mammal’s protection act 1972. According to united states supreme court decision in Alaska vs. native village venetie tribal government case, Alaska native tribe government does not have the power to collect taxes for business on tribal land. Reason is that they do not hold reservation.
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