Therefore, in order to achieve equality in right as well, the society must be more educated in the spirit of equality and non-differentiation.
3.State and describe at least three major challenges facing the Latino cultures' ability to prosper in the U.S.A. today?
The Latino population represents one of the most consistent group of immigrants in the United States. Most often, they come from Latin America in search for a better life and democratic environment, given the volatile situation and political conditions that have characterized Latin America in the last decades. However, most of the times, Latin Americans are often faced with the single possibility of undergoing unqualified labor, lack of education, and precarious living conditions.
One of the most important problems facing the Latin American immigrants is represented by the constant growth of the Latin population in the United States. (NPR News, 2011). This is largely due to the fact that there is no positive context for such transformations to take place. More precisely, the general living conditions of the Latin Americans are limited to mostly medium class income families; most of the times this is the highest standard of living. However, a large percentage of the Latin American communities live in rather poor conditions. Therefore, given that the standard of living is limited, an increase in the Latin American population only reduces the already limited resources. Moreover, such pressures are also important for the communities and societies in which Latin American live that in time may attract different un approving opinions.
Another important problem of the Latin American groups is related to the limited access to qualified job opportunities. Most of the times, Latin American immigrants cannot provide skilled workforce and are usually hired for low wages that attract a similar standard of life.
Finally, another problem of the Latino groups in America is the perception a lot of societies have on the groups. More precisely, Latino groups are often associated with illegal immigrants, cheap labor, and for the traditional Americans this is often turned into a discriminatory behavior.
4.Explain in detail why the media and popular culture display such distorted views of Asian and Middle Eastern cultures in the U.S.A.
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After that point almost every Muslim walking on the street was viewed by the community as a potential terrorist. The role of the media is that of creating stereotypes in this case. More precisely, the media is successful only if the ratings are positive for the prime time news, if the papers are read by more and more people, and if their talk shows are watched throughout the world. In order to achieve this type of success, the media chooses to portray stories such as an altercation between a Muslim and an American in such a way as to reach to the targeted public. This type of coverage provides support for creating stereotypes.
The issue of fairness is essential in the media, and creating stereotypes has become dangerous largely because everybody has the freedom to act. Therefore, "Appeals to the media for accuracy and fairness continue, while newspaper headlines regularly print the words "Islam" and "Muslim" next to words like "fanatic," "fundamentalist," "militant," "terrorist" and "violence." (Harvard University, 2011)
Overall, the media has played a crucial role in providing the targeted public a certain image of different minority groups or groups of immigrants. This is largely because the public is asking for such type of reporting. Therefore, it can be said that should the public be more tolerant and open minded, less stereotypes would be created.
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