After this course, my perception of diversity of culture and human relations is significantly changed. Even though I thought I knew about diversity, I realized that I did not know so much about it. I learned the positive perception of diversity of culture and our relationship with others in everyday life. As a professional educator, I would like to promote the understanding of diversity in culture and uniqueness of individual for children, parents, and co-worker in my work place and in my future
As the American workforce continues to become more and more diverse, it is becoming even more important for organizations to recognize the diversity of their employees and adopt policies surrounding diversity issues. The US Department of Labor estimates that more than 75% of workers currently entering the workforce are women, immigrants, or people of color (Clayton, 2010). Today’s organizations are facing a more diverse workforce, and customer base, than they did even as short as five years ago
diversification in his expository essay “People Like Us”. Brooks thinks that people should encourage the diverse community to perceive and esteem each other 's different reflection in America. David Brooks demonstrates why all different kinds of humans are attracted to identical and similar races, ethnicities, religions, beliefs, political values, and classes in his essay based on typical examples surrounding us. In other words, Brooks argues all kinds of humans are most comfortable and pleasant living
Like Us” David Brook’s essay, “People Like Us, describes about the tolerance and diversity in the United States. Since the great immigration of the late 19th century, America has been cited as one of the most diverse countries in the world. The United States is home to individuals from many different races, ethnic backgrounds, religions, political views, interests, personalities, and income levels. However, according to Brook’s, instead of the population of the country uniting in its diversity and
different culture, who are of a different race. . . . We may have a concept about happiness, about freedom, about the future, and we tend to impose these concepts on other races, other groups, other cultures, other countries, and we create suffering for them. We think that everybody must accept and live up to our political model in order to qualify as a civilized people. Thinking this way is like tying ourselves up with rope and using the same rope to tie up everybody else. Cultural and racial
Our class lecture on diversity was overall very informative and shared a lot of the values that I hold myself. The lecture went over the fundamental understanding of race, class, and gender as well as social interactions. Understanding differences in one another helps us all to recognize and appreciate the intercultural dynamics. Understanding that we have similar interests or beliefs can encourage cooperation and cohesion. Diversity can be defined as people coming together from different races,
Racial diversity is the idea of having people of different backgrounds working together for one common foundation. While some may believe that racial diversity is a way to discriminate people but I think that racial diversity helps us in many ways, some are observable and some are imperceptible. I think that racial diversity is a good strategy, it also is a great way to learn about people of diverse cultures and how their principles can operate within one another. The most commonly ignored or unnoticed
What information about diversity in the United States has helped you better understand or relate to others in ways that you may not have in the past? * Have you learned something new about your own racial, ethnic, or cultural history? * Trends in immigration will continue to shape the demographics of the United States. What will the U.S. population look like in the year 2050? Why do you think so? * What challenges does the United States face due to the diversity of its people?
Diversity Consciousness of the US After reading the essay, “Deconstructing America” by Patrick J. Buchanan, he did not want people to understand that the U.S still accepts people from other nations, people in other countries. He thought the diversity, equality and democracy are the three things important for America to develop a great system. His point also lets me rethink that America tries to keep different groups to ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬-build a good community. However, I totally disagree with his main
Summary At the beginning and before I write my reflection about the event, I want to thank you Dr. Robinson for your suggestion to attend the event, because this events it is the first one to me in this university. I learned a lot of information about other cultures and I benefited from the experience and culture of its presenters. The event’s title was diversity and leadership, it was divided into four sections, as follows: 1- Forms of Diversity. 2- Leader’s Transvers the Globe. 3- Minding the Gab.