Recent immigrants have found it easier to maintain their culture, and some of those who had assimilated
reclaimed their heritage.
For example, he notes that there have been suggestions that African Americans have not assimilated
due to their decision to self-segregate, but he then asserts that creating a racially integrated society was a priority of the Civil Rights Movement and that African Africans do indeed "desire integration as much as, or more than, other racial groups.
Conversely, people can be assimilated
without being acculturated.
In addition to serving as a constabulary in "Core" nations not entirely assimilated
, American troops are to be used to break the will of "Gap" nations who resist the gospel of globalization.
While they have greater facility at manipulating the images and symbols of culture, middle-class women and men have more completely assimilated
cultural ideals about the appropriate time, place, and accessories of love.
His chief asset, to the Temple's board, had been that he was a thoroughly assimilated
Jew--"a veteran, a practical man, not too otherworldly, not too Jewish, a regular Joe who played poker and football and just happened to be a rabbi.
More to the point, doggedly pasting the same stencil over every work of literature tends to obscure precisely what Bloom claims to value above all else in great literature: "strangeness, a mode of originality that either cannot be assimilated
, or that so assimilates us that we cease to see it as strange.
We've always focused on offering products that are easily assimilated
into customers' existing infrastructure," he said.
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Bynum and Loomis are foiled by those characters who have been more fully assimilated
into white culture.
Certainly you can find parallels all over the world about communities having to be assimilated
and people denying their ethnicity and their culture.
Some are fully assimilated
into mainstream America; others have just begun that process.