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Content Introduction with a thesis statement Provide a brief history of your cul

Content
Introduction with a thesis statement
Provide a brief history of your culture
Explain how your chosen culture is represented in the United States
Is your culture individualistic or collectivistic? Provide at least one example
What are some of the artistic (art, music, architecture, dance) contributions of your culture?
What are some values of your culture? Provide at least three examples
Discuss your culture’s religion(s)? Include name and basic belief system of at least one of the major faiths
What are some of the sex and gender role differences in your culture? Provide at least three examples
Discuss what we would need to know to acculturate into your culture (if it is a culture from the past, what would we need to do in order to fit in during that timeframe). Provide at least one concrete suggestion
Conclusion
Specific Paper Requirements:
Four-page minimum: six-page maximum (Times New Roman, 1-inch marginsm 12-pt. font, double-spaced)
Quality of writing: Must contain in-text citations in APA format
Spelling and Grammar
Correct APA style format
A minimum of three or more credible sources (books, journal articles, magazine/newspaper articles, etc.)
Paper Outline:
Introduction
History
Cultural Context
Represented in the United States
Individualistic/Collective
Artistic
Values
Religion
Sex and Gender Roles
Acculturation
Conclusion
References

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Cultural and Ethnic Studies

Content Introduction with a thesis statement Provide a brief history of your cul

Content
Introduction with a thesis statement
Provide a brief history of your culture
Explain how your chosen culture is represented in the United States
Is your culture individualistic or collectivistic? Provide at least one example
What are some of the artistic (art, music, architecture, dance) contributions of your culture?
What are some values of your culture? Provide at least three examples
Discuss your culture’s religion(s)? Include name and basic belief system of at least one of the major faiths
What are some of the sex and gender role differences in your culture? Provide at least three examples
Discuss what we would need to know to acculturate into your culture (if it is a culture from the past, what would we need to do in order to fit in during that timeframe). Provide at least one concrete suggestion
Conclusion
Specific Paper Requirements:
Four-page minimum: six-page maximum (Times New Roman, 1-inch marginsm 12-pt. font, double-spaced)
Quality of writing: Must contain in-text citations in APA format
Spelling and Grammar
Correct APA style format
A minimum of three or more credible sources (books, journal articles, magazine/newspaper articles, etc.)
Paper Outline:
Introduction
History
Cultural Context
Represented in the United States
Individualistic/Collective
Artistic
Values
Religion
Sex and Gender Roles
Acculturation
Conclusion
References

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Cultural and Ethnic Studies

10 Page PowerPoint presentation from a fine arts museum, can be an online museum

10 Page PowerPoint presentation from a fine arts museum, can be an online museum tour I just need to know which one to submit for approval of my professor.

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Cultural and Ethnic Studies

Download the book PDF “Asian America: A Primary Source Reader” https://dokumen.p

Download the book PDF “Asian America: A Primary Source Reader” https://dokumen.pub/qdownload/asian-america-a-primary-source-reader-9780300195446.html
Download the book PDF “Stranger From A Different Shore”: https://vdoc.pub/download/strangers-from-a-different-shore-a-history-of-asian-americans-18emd66nl6oo
Do the readings in both books and the pdf posted below and answer the 5 questions:
READ Asian America
p.192-201
Fred Korematsu was 22 years old when Pearl Harbor was bombed and 23 when he refused to go into a concentration camp.
After 9-11, Fred Korematsu continued to speak out against the government denying the rights of Arab Americans:
…In 2003, he filed a “Friend of the Court” amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court for two cases appealed before the Supreme Court of the United States, on behalf of Muslim inmates being held at Guantanamo Bay: Shafiq Rasul, v. George W. Bush and Khaled A.F. Al Odah v. United States of America. In the brief, he warned that the government’s extreme national security measures were reminiscent of the past. In 2004, he filed a similar brief on behalf of an American Muslim man being held in solitary confinement in a U.S. military prison without a trial.

Fred’s Story


Even after Korematsu’s death, his daughter Karen and the children of other World War II defendants Min Yasui and Gordon Hirabayashi have filed Friend of the Court arguments on important civil liberty cases.
To avoid repeating the mistakes of the past, what should the court do?
READ Asian America
p.278-284
During World War 2 some military and government officials had originally hoped that they could gain the freedom of American Prisoners of War by exchanging them for Issei and Nisei from US concentration camps. Then they realized there would be legal problems with exchanging one US citizen for another US citizen.
The US government pressured Latin and Central American countries to send people of Japanese descent to separate concentration camps in the US.
How is the US government compensation eventually given to people of Japanese descent brought in from Latin America different from the compensation given to people of Japanese descent incarcerated from the US West Coast?
READ Asian America
pages 286-298
Read Strangers from a Different Shore Chapters 12 and 13
Why were Asians resented at the time Vincent Chin was killed?
Question Set 4:
READ Strangers from A Different Shore
Chapters 12 and 13
There are glass ceilings and reasons why many Asian Americans do not end up in top decision making management jobs. The stereotype of Asian Americans are different than stereotypes of traditional managers. There is a national social and economic elite which Asian Americans have not been part of. Certain accents will open doors to employment and promotions, while other accents will close doors.
Does Ronald Takaki believe that Asian Americans are a Model Minority?
Question Set 5:
Read this 7 page pdf that many CCSF Ethnic Studies classes are also reading:
Is race something that is biologically determined by science, or a concept that is constructed socially and historically?

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Watch the Reparations Film Watch the film: Vincent Who? filmWatch: Reparations F

Watch the Reparations Film
Watch the film: Vincent Who? filmWatch: Reparations Film (Links to an external site.)
You must watch both films and give examples for full credit. Choose one discussion question about each film in your own words using film examples.(so total two discussion questions) Your answer for each question must be a minimum of 75 original words:
Discussion Post
1.According to Reparations, how did the civil rights movement and advocacy of African Americans affect Asian Americans and others?
2.Who in the African American community in Reparations supported Japanese American efforts to win reparations for their World War 2 incarceration?
3.Why does Reparations say multiracial coalitions are important?
4. In Reparations, how was House Resolution 40 influenced by the Civil Liberties Act of 1988?
5. From Reparations, why would members of the Japanese American community support House Resolution 40?
Watch: Vincent Who?
Discussion Post
1. What do some people in the film say about the impact that Vincent Chin’s case had on the Asian American community?
2. How was the Midwest Hmong community affected because the lessons of Vincent Chin were not remembered?
3. According to the film, how did Vincent’s case make others feel vulnerable?
4. What issues did some of those interviewed in the film face, growing up in areas without many Asians?

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Download the book PDF “Asian America: A Primary Source Reader” https://dokumen.p

Download the book PDF “Asian America: A Primary Source Reader” https://dokumen.pub/qdownload/asian-america-a-primary-source-reader-9780300195446.html
Download the book PDF “Stranger From A Different Shore”: https://vdoc.pub/download/strangers-from-a-different-shore-a-history-of-asian-americans-18emd66nl6oo
Do the readings in both books and the pdf posted below and answer the 5 questions:
READ Asian America
p.192-201
Fred Korematsu was 22 years old when Pearl Harbor was bombed and 23 when he refused to go into a concentration camp.
After 9-11, Fred Korematsu continued to speak out against the government denying the rights of Arab Americans:
…In 2003, he filed a “Friend of the Court” amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court for two cases appealed before the Supreme Court of the United States, on behalf of Muslim inmates being held at Guantanamo Bay: Shafiq Rasul, v. George W. Bush and Khaled A.F. Al Odah v. United States of America. In the brief, he warned that the government’s extreme national security measures were reminiscent of the past. In 2004, he filed a similar brief on behalf of an American Muslim man being held in solitary confinement in a U.S. military prison without a trial.

Fred’s Story


Even after Korematsu’s death, his daughter Karen and the children of other World War II defendants Min Yasui and Gordon Hirabayashi have filed Friend of the Court arguments on important civil liberty cases.
To avoid repeating the mistakes of the past, what should the court do?
READ Asian America
p.278-284
During World War 2 some military and government officials had originally hoped that they could gain the freedom of American Prisoners of War by exchanging them for Issei and Nisei from US concentration camps. Then they realized there would be legal problems with exchanging one US citizen for another US citizen.
The US government pressured Latin and Central American countries to send people of Japanese descent to separate concentration camps in the US.
How is the US government compensation eventually given to people of Japanese descent brought in from Latin America different from the compensation given to people of Japanese descent incarcerated from the US West Coast?
READ Asian America
pages 286-298
Read Strangers from a Different Shore Chapters 12 and 13
Why were Asians resented at the time Vincent Chin was killed?
Question Set 4:
READ Strangers from A Different Shore
Chapters 12 and 13
There are glass ceilings and reasons why many Asian Americans do not end up in top decision making management jobs. The stereotype of Asian Americans are different than stereotypes of traditional managers. There is a national social and economic elite which Asian Americans have not been part of. Certain accents will open doors to employment and promotions, while other accents will close doors.
Does Ronald Takaki believe that Asian Americans are a Model Minority?
Question Set 5:
Read this 7 page pdf that many CCSF Ethnic Studies classes are also reading:
Is race something that is biologically determined by science, or a concept that is constructed socially and historically?

Categories
Cultural and Ethnic Studies

Watch the Reparations Film Watch the film: Vincent Who? filmWatch: Reparations F

Watch the Reparations Film
Watch the film: Vincent Who? filmWatch: Reparations Film (Links to an external site.)
You must watch both films and give examples for full credit. Choose one discussion question about each film in your own words using film examples.(so total two discussion questions) Your answer for each question must be a minimum of 75 original words:
Discussion Post
1.According to Reparations, how did the civil rights movement and advocacy of African Americans affect Asian Americans and others?
2.Who in the African American community in Reparations supported Japanese American efforts to win reparations for their World War 2 incarceration?
3.Why does Reparations say multiracial coalitions are important?
4. In Reparations, how was House Resolution 40 influenced by the Civil Liberties Act of 1988?
5. From Reparations, why would members of the Japanese American community support House Resolution 40?
Watch: Vincent Who?
Discussion Post
1. What do some people in the film say about the impact that Vincent Chin’s case had on the Asian American community?
2. How was the Midwest Hmong community affected because the lessons of Vincent Chin were not remembered?
3. According to the film, how did Vincent’s case make others feel vulnerable?
4. What issues did some of those interviewed in the film face, growing up in areas without many Asians?

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-250 word count -Follow instructions -Let me know if you need anything Comments

-250 word count
-Follow instructions
-Let me know if you need anything
Comments from Customer
Discipline: American Government

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hi, here is an easy intro for myself, so you can write the essay based on my inf

hi, here is an easy intro for myself, so you can write the essay based on my info. Btw I am a Chinese, so try to write based on Chinese culture. ALSO, please remind the writer i am a chinese international student studying in Canada.
My major is ECON.
I have studied in Canada for 1 year, but the first 2 years I was taking online course from China.
I lived in a school dormitory for only a couple of months, the rest of the time I rented an apartment.
i am More actively participating in other cultures, i like to go to parties, and dinner with natives. i had been to Banff with 3 friends who came from south Asia. my previous roommate was a Korean. i met more Koreans through her. I am more collectivism, long term orientation, high uncertainty avoidance, stage 6 in dmis model.
if there is not enough info, you can make up some about the missing info.
So, for the midpoint essay, it’s 5 pages with a minimum of 5 sources. the final essay, it’s 7 pages with a minimum of 7 sources. plz try to write the final essay related to my major. also please give me separated 2 word documents in the end.
please follow the instructions and the apa format carefully, please run the Grammarly and plagiarism check before give back to me, thanks.
If you have any questions, let me know.

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research question immigration and challenges of integration in Norway. teachers

research question immigration and challenges of integration in Norway.
teachers comment. Dear student, Integration of refugees is indeed an exciting and interesting topic. You also mention mental health, upbringing of children, employment, which are also relevant sub-themes within the integration of refugees. Firstly, as I read this, it is still quite vague and undecided. The research question is not included, and not the disposition (or plan) of the paper. First of all, we encourage all to write their assignment based on research literature. We do not encourage you to do interviews on this course. The reason is, that we are not teaching adequate research methods as part of the course. The aim is to learn writing skills and essay-writing based on existing research literature. Interviews etc. will be important techniques and skills in the Bachlor-thesis. You may use other sources, such as newspapers, podcasts, etc, in addition to research literature. THIS mean that you should choose a theme where you have searched ORIA and found research literature that covers your selected theme. There is a lot of research literature on different dimensions of integration of refugees. This means that you should search ORIA, and use ORIA as a key tool. You could search “mental health refugees” og “psychiatry refugees” and see what literature occurs. This could help you decide which theme to write about. In order to define your RESEARCH QUESTION, it is also urgent to read selected articles from your ORIA search. It is very hard to formulate a research question without this foundation in exciting knowledge. Please check “Semesteroppgaven: formelle krav og struktur” in Canvas. Here you will also find a lot of advise for writing the semester paper. Wishing you all the best of luck! beste