Aashish Gautam Professor Dr. James Wright English 1302 10 August 2015 Necessity of Public Engagement with Multiculturalism in America The United States is a land of immigrants. This country has people of different backgrounds from all around the globe. Because of the people of different race, ethnicity, and nationality, America is one of the diverse nations in the context of cultures. Sharing different cultures and tradition among the people of different backgrounds can certainly incorporate uniformity among people. The practice of multiculturalism gives uniqueness and an essential component to benefit the country such as good public relationship.
This will allow different parts of the world to enjoy merchandise that is specific to one country. Throughout the past it has been proven that by introducing industries’ and the use of globalization has strengthened a country’s economy. I am a pro economic globalization because I feel that we need to change the way of the past if nothing seems raise the economic standards. Hopefully we will be able to realize that economic globalization is working so we can help countries quickly and efficiently. Economic globalization has attracted much debate throughout society today.
Cody Janowski 12/2/10 English Comp Assignment 4 The Internet has undoubtedly changed the way people live their lives. Any information we could possibly want- and more- is at our disposal, and has made life for us incredibly convenient and easy; some, however, might say too easy. One of these people is Nicholas Carr, author of the article “Is Google Making Us Stupid?” featured in the July/August 2008 edition of The Atlantic. Carr argues that the Net seems to be slowly demolishing our abilities to concentrate on one subject, as well as contemplate information, based on the ease of access to everything the Internet provides today. I agree with Carr to an extent; however I would say that his theory most certainly does not apply to everyone.
American vs. Islamic Imperialism In every case motivations have been similar to obtaining other nation’s natural resources, to suppress and hold back enemies, to build up wealth, and to win power and glory. Most empires have expanded to territories next to their borders. They were driven by the need to provide raw materials for their industrial capacity, and the types of goods exchanged were determined by that need. There are other reasons and motives for imperialism. Economic motives included the desire to make money, to expand and control foreign trade, to create new markets for products, to acquire raw materials and cheap labor, to compete for investments and resources, and to export industrial technology and transportation methods.
It is simply the ability to make money. It is also commonly said that immigration into America is so appealing because of its opportunities to produce new social statuses. The majority of the time that there are reasons listed for attempts to migrate into the United States they are material reasons. D’Souza wrote “America represents “the bitch goddess of success.” That is why people reach out for the American Idea” (D’Souza 435). D’Souza acknowledges that while there are many materialistic gains to be made in the American society the desire for immigration and the commonly held views of America has a more prominent reason, the American dream is a dream based on freedom.
In addition, through free trade policy agenda, immigrants can help puts our country in touch with the tastes and preferences of consumers worldwide and gives American companies an edge in opening global markets. After all, most undocumented immigrants are likely to have ties to their native countries thus, opening up new export markets for American products and services. As the forces of globalization reshape the global economy immigrants can open up a range of foreign markets that would not otherwise exit thus, boosting U.S competitiveness around the
The increasing diversity of the United States requires a pluralistic view that recognizes the mutual benefits and contributions of multiple cultures of the country (Klein & Chen, 2001). Though there are several benefits, diversity creates unique problems that contribute to problems faced by the United States. Diversity may create ethnocentrism and this in turn leads to biased attitude and racist behavior towards other people. There may be the inability of an individual to regard another ethnic group as equal or valid members of the society. Many of the social problems witnessed in the United States can very easily be attributed to the diversity that exists in the country.
It is one of the best things that have been brought to this town. Almost everyone I know in Hereford has an internet connection and they use it for the same reasons I do. The internet is a blessing in our lives because we are able to get a lot of important things done without having to travel. Would you be able to live a week without
Immigrants are what help make America be America by being a multicultural society standing united. It has been said, "immigration is a threat to our economy." This statement is so absurd. Immigration increases purchasing thereby, increases demand for labor. Immigration not only takes jobs, but also creates them.
For this reason, one advantage of immigration for the United States is the increase in diversity of cultures all over the country. The United States is commonly seen as an immigrant nation, a common ground where everyone is welcome to work hard, improve living conditions, and chase what we call the American dream. It's true that immigration has always been an important part of American life, but in reality the U.S. has become strict about who can legally enter its borders. Of course, for every lawful immigrant in the United States, there are many more who try to enter illegally. Illegal immigration occurs when foreign individuals break U.S. immigration laws by illegally entering or residing in the country.