The researcher of this paper will attempt to evaluate two articles; one based on the need for assimilation of immigrants into the American culture as a means of recognizing multiculturalism while the other disqualifies the opinion…
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The paper tells that multidimensional social, linguistic, economic, cultural, and political transformation are occurring in the United State. Therefore, the traditional perspective of national-states is being debated on from different points of view. American policy makers aim at achieving political and economic integration. Similarly, they strive to promote and safeguard the linguistic and cultural pluralism. This is based on the perception that pluralism and diversity are essential assets for sustenance of economic and political integration. In efforts to preserve linguistic pluralism, United States has documented several rights where the language of the minority is sheltered. Based on this argument, it is purported that multiculturalism promotes principles such as tolerance, equality, and inclusiveness to all immigrants of different ethnic background. Multiculturalism protects all citizens’ identities, thus, providing them with a sense of belonging. Multiculturalism socially distinguishes itself as a corrective alternative for assimilation policies, likening recognition of cultural identities and citizenship rights of minority ethnic groups. This is aimed at affirmation of cultural diversity value. However, despite the advocacy for multiculturalism and assimilation, conservative critics argue against the above stated concepts. It is perceived that multiculturalism fosters separatism and poses a threat to social cohesion and national unity. Multiculturalism is viewed as a promoting factor for national division. Critics emphasize on the importance of a common culture in order for a peaceful functioning of a nation. A halt on immigration and assimilation calls by critics have countered the multiculturalists’ cultural diversity and credo of valuing. Therefore, this paper evaluates two articles; one based on need for assimilation of immigrants into the American culture as a means of recognizing multiculturalism while the other disqualifies the opinion. The analysis is presented in the table as shown below (Dinesh 5). A summary of two articles on multiculturalism Topic Titles Immigrants must assimilate into America Culture: An Overview Multiculturalism will segregate society culturally and economically: An Overview Main Idea of Viewpoint Expressed The article presented the popular view that people should retain their cultures and traditions, but they should also assimilate to a certain degree in order to strengthen the social fabric. The article presents the view that cultural and economic divides present among the immigrants and the natives will be exacerbated by multiculturalism. Intended Audience The article is intended for readers who are interested in learning more about importance of culture assimilation in America. The article is intended for readers who are interested in learning about the disadvantages of multiculturalism. Author’s Credentials/Affiliations The article presents no authors credentials. Nevertheless, The author supports the argument by evaluating United states population and immigration. No credentials were given for the author in the article. The author substantiates the argument by drawing evidences from laws and events in the American history. Support for Author’s Viewpoint The author supports the argument by analyzing Americas infant and immigrants’ population. The author supports the argument by evaluating disadvantages of assimilation as posed by other researches. Is Information fact centered or value-centered? The information in the article is value centered. It discusses importance of immigrants’ assimilation. The information focuses on facts against assimilation of multiculturalism in America. Thus, the article is fact centered. Is Information Current? The most current information entailed 2011 Santorum evaluation of how multiculturalism is threatening America and Wooldridge discussion on multiculturalism an uncontrollable chaos. The information is not the most current. The most latest information presented by the author
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19 Internet and the World Wide Web 19 Promoting and maintaining a healthy environment for children: How to prevent above Hazards 20 Priorities 20 Environmental hazards 21 Child abusers 22 Poor security 23 Bad laws and Regulations 24 Internet and Privacy 25 Ways of maintaining and sustaining the above mentioned preventive programs and strategies 25 Enacting laws, policies and regulations 26 Creating awareness on potential hazards 27 Conducting health education 29 Governmental and agency participation 30 Advocacy 31 Conclusion 32 List of References 34 Introduction The environment within which children interact on a daily basis is a source of potential hazards that affect the growth of a child.
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