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Define the following terms found in Week One and Week Two readings:
Different types of people from different races culture or religion.
The thought that your religion or race is superior to others.
Diversity forming in to a new group or culture of there own.
A sub group with less control of there own lives then a member of a majority group.
Leaving one country to another to settle and learn new ways.
Moving from one country to another for the rest of their lives.
A way to learn new things fromone group to another your own beliefs and religions being shared to every one.
Answer each question in 250 to 350 words:
1. What are some of the ways groups of people are identified?
There are four main ways groups of people are identified and they are by race, ethnicity, religion, and gender. In each group there is a minority and even though they are considered the minority in many places the minorities constitute the numerical majority. The term racial group is reserved for minorities and the corresponding majorities that are socially set apart because of obvious physical differences. The definition of racial group is a group that is socially set apart because of obvious physical differences. The designation of a racial group emphasizes physical differences as opposed to cultural distinctions. In the United States, minority races include Blacks, Native Americans, Japanese Americans, Chinese Americans, Arab Americans, Filipinos, Hawaiians, and Spanish. And the list goes on people are also being looked at by religion where they live what school they go to and what stores they shop at. People look at you funny if you are from a lower class and shopping in a high class community this is diversity of wealth. When you walk into a church that you have not been at before you are...
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