These attributes, Huntington argues, have combined to make Hispanics less likely to adopt American values and American culture, especially in a nation whose elites have embraced a multicultural ideology that makes assimilation
ever more difficult.
In order to demonstrate their respectability and assimilation
as Argentines the upwardly mobile set up ethnic organizations to perform a supervisory role over the conduct of 'their communities.
leucopus exhibited greater mean values for ingestion (I), assimilation
(A), and respiration (R) than O.
In spite of the economic, religious, social and political assimilation
at which we aim, they will be a distinct group, or series of groups, for generations to come.
As these concepts apply to the assimilation
and transformation of Avalokitesvara, Holt's thesis is that Avalokitesvara originally embodied both laukika and lOkOttara concerns.
Vega's study is consistent with the panel's conclusion that immigrants' health deteriorates with assimilation
At least one church has already recognized the insidiousness of assimilation
and apologized for it.
But he maintains that assimilation
might not work once whites lose their numerical superiority.
Not only do the authors describe the ability of these various French outposts to maintain their cultural identity, but they also examine how the cultural experiment and the gradual assimilation
of these communities varied from one to another depending of their economic, social, and political context.
an international development firm that is IBI's Commercial Concierge, has created a "First Presence Program' that fastforwards assimilation
by months or years, according to President Alan S.
For others, all notions of assimilation
with a dispersed Jewish nation were discarded; they considered themselves Germans or Frenchmen "of the Mosaic faith.
Training Sessions Cover Both Assimilation
and Dissemination Applications