Answer each question in 50 to 150 words. Provide citations for all the sources you use.
1. What is diversity? Why is diversity valued? Diversity to me is a mixture of something, something different. In this case it is difference in culture, race, background and can also be difference in language. To be diverse is to have all of one of the same, but each is different in their own way, such as humans. For example, African American, White and Asian as a nationality are diverse. Diversity is valued in our day in age as we are not all the same and that is positive. We are also a diverse country, so it would not make any sense if we at a work place were all the same and not diverse. Being diverse brings new ideas and different ways people think and improves the business world.
2. What is ethnocentrism? In what ways can ethnocentrism be detrimental to a society? Ethnocentrism is viewing a culture of people or ethnicity from a personal stand point by classifying all as the same no matter what type of personality or individualism. Can also be at a negative level as dislike towards a group of type of people. Ethnocentrism can be very detrimental to society. It can bring division in our society and bring violence with it. It can cause envy and jealousy in cultures and even make someone think their culture is above all and better.
3. Define emigration and immigration. Emigration is when a person or family actually moves from one country to another to immigrate. It’s the actual “move” part. For example, my husband came here to emigrate, moving from Switzerland to the United States. Immigrating is when a person or a family starts to settle in to a country where they are not from. Some may be even doing paperwork as the country requires to migrate in to the country.
4. What are some of the ways groups of people are identified? Some ways people are identified are by the color of their skin, the culture background they...
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