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Multicultural society in the USA

Comment The pros and cons of the multicultural society in the USA! The USA is regarded as country with unlimited possibilities. Because of the American Dream giving hope to so many people to make it America has the highest immigration rate. People immigrate into the USA legal but there are also many people entering the […]

Multiculturalism in the U.S.: Cultural Narcissism and the Politics of Recognition

By  Stanley Renshon , February 8, 2011 Multiculturalism in the United States has a long silent history. The United States has, from its founding, taken in immigrants from different cultural backgrounds, many of whom were, at the time, controversial. First, it was the Germans who raised questions about whether they could or would become “real […]

Multiculturalism – Destroying American Culture

By Frosty Wooldridge 3-13-8 Less than 30 years ago, most everything in America enjoyed the moniker “All American.” Sports heroes became “All Americans.” When you bought a product, it read, “Made in America.” Everyone spoke English and raised their hands to their hearts while saying, “I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States […]

Multiculturalism’s deadly outcome for USA

In the past two weeks, a Korean man shot up a college in California.  In Florida, a Hispanic man killed black Trayvon Martin.  Yesterday in Oklahoma, a Native American Indian killed five Hispanics.  Two years ago, an Arab-American named Major Nadal Hasan shot up 43 people killing 13. Three years ago, a Korean immigrant shot […]

Multiculturalism

Cosmopolitanism describes the “nebulous core” of many claims that all of humanity comprises a single moral community, and therefore people have no obligations to their own fellow citizens above and beyond the obligations they have as moral agents to people at large, or, if they do, then the special obligations to fellow citizens is limited […]

Multicultural Marketing in Contemporary U.S. Markets

by Chang-Hoan Cho, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, John Holcombe & Daniel Murphy of Insights Marketing Group Cultural background affects how consumers process advertising messages, and advertisers recognize the purchasing power of the diverse ethnic groups in the U.S. In this white paper, Insights Marketing Group delves into market research strategies that are effective at segmenting these […]

Hillary Clinton at APEC in Vladivostok. Remarks at APEC CEO Summit

September 8, 2012 by still4hill SECRETARY CLINTON: Thank you very much, Andrey Kostin, for that introduction and stealing one of my lines about the importance of including women across the APEC region in economic growth and prosperity. And also, I thank you for everything you’ve done to organize this important gathering, which has already heard […]

Multicultural Marketing in Contemporary U.S. Markets

by Chang-Hoan Cho, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, John Holcombe & Daniel Murphy of Insights Marketing Group Cultural background affects how consumers process advertising messages, and advertisers recognize the purchasing power of the diverse ethnic groups in the U.S. In this white paper, Insights Marketing Group delves into market research strategies that are effective at segmenting these […]

What Obama’s second term means for Asia – East Asia Forum

East Asia Forum – http://www.eastasiaforum.org – What Obama’s second term means for Asia Posted By Amitav Acharya On 11 November 2012 In International Relations,Politics,United States | 1 Comment Author: Amitav Acharya, AU Although Asian stock markets are buoyed and governments relieved by Barack Obama’s re-election as the 44th President of the United States, major uncertainties […]

East Asia Forum – Obama and Asia

East Asia Forum – http://www.eastasiaforum.org – Obama and Asia Posted By Peter Drysdale On 12 November 2012 In China,International Relations,United States | No Comments Author: Peter Drysdale, Editor, East Asia Forum An Obama second term has been welcomed throughout Asia, including in China, although the hard-heads judged that Romney would have provided a steady hand […]