Multicultural Matrix and Analysis Worksheet

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Multicultural Matrix and Analysis Worksheet
Instructions:
Part I: Select and identify six groups in the left-hand column. Complete the matrix. Part II: Write a summary.
Part III: Format references consistent with APA guidelines.

Part I: Matrix| What is the group’s history in the United States?| What is the group’s population in the United States?| What are some attitudes and customs people of this group may practice?| What is something you admire about this group’s people, lifestyle, or society?| 1. White Americans| Whites here in the United States are classified as individuals that have origins with the Middle East, Europeans, and North Africa (U.S. Census Bureau, 2001).| A large part of the United States population of 230 million (approximately 78.1%) is occupied by White Americans.| White Americans tend to sometimes be outspoken. They also value their independence and have strong religious beliefs. White Americans are very cordial with their greetings but pretty straightforward with their gestures.| One thing that I admire about White Americans (especially those who are in my family) is their healthy lifestyles. In my opinion, they are one of the most health conscious races, and I admire that so much.| 2. African Americans| African Americans arrived in the United States on boats as slaves in the area that is now known as Jamestown, Virginia in the year of 1619. In the year 1808, the international slave trade was ended by Congress. Blacks often referred to themselves as Africans for their first 200 years or so here in the United States. | Approximately 38,929,319 (13.1%) of the population here in the United States is that of black people.| Black Americans are known for their outlandish attitudes, but that is not necessarily true. Black people sensitive yet strong, and they have adapted throughout their lives because of the discrimination set against them.| One thing I admire about Black Americans...
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