The Key Concepts of Diversity

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Appendix A

The Key Concepts of Diversity

Raymond Price

Eth/125 Culture Diversity

Heather Valentino

University of Phoenix Material

Appendix A

Part I

Define the following terms found in Week One and Week Two readings:

|Term |Definition | |Diversity |It is the condition of being diverse, different, or varied; difference , unlikeness in | | |ways. | |Ethnocentrism |It is the characterized by or based on the attitude that one’s own group is superior. | |Melting pot |The diverse racial or ethnic or both , forming a new creation and a new cultural entity. | |Minority group |It is the subordinate group whose members have the significantly less control or power | | |over lives than do the members of a dominant or majority group. | |Emigration |It is to leave one country to go and settle in another one. | |Immigration |It is the coming into a new country as a permanent resident. | |Culture |It is the customary beliefs, in social forms or groups in a material traits of a racial , | | |religious, or a social group. |

Part II

Answer each question in 250 to 350 words:

1. What are some of the ways groups of people are identified? I would say that there are four types of minority or subordinate groups. The classifying of the four criteria in minority groups are the race, ethnicity,...
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