Survey findings and exclusive analysis on acculturated
Though slightly less acculturated
than Upstarts and Upbringing, this group prefers American name brands and brand-name bargains.
The numerous references to the darkness of skin suggests, at least to me, that these conjurers may have been more recently arrived Africans or perhaps the least acculturated
Understandably, less acculturated
Latinos have a strong interest in brands they favored in their countries of origin, and as a result, more and more of those brands are finding their way onto American store shelves.
Garcia personifies the acculturated
Latina that the authors of ``The Maria Paradox'' promote as happy and successful.
They are also far more brand loyal than their acculturated
counterparts, although that loyalty is not limited to national brands.
Almost half of Bicultural Boomers and one-third of Acculturated
Boomers have no savings or investments, compared to only 1 out of 4 General Market Boomers.
Hispanic Boomers are more likely to aspire to continue their education (28%), while Bicultural Hispanics are almost twice as likely to desire to start a new business than the general market Boomer.
Specifically, we focus on Latinas as an interesting case study to examine the link between level of acculturation and persuasion, underscoring normative influence as an important outcome in the process of narrative persuasion for less acculturated
For a modern audience acculturated
to thinking of Africans in the West as either enslaved or altogether absent, the picture that emerges challenges the centrality of whiteness and slavery in the Tudor period.
Chareau was raised Catholic but, like most acculturated
French Jews living in the period of the Dreyfus scandal, his social circle was Jewish.
groups tend to think that current secular morality helps realize the true meaning of their faith, and they tend to be deeply involved in the world.