Influence of Immigration on the American Culture and Language

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Influence of Immigration on the American Culture and Language CONTENT Introduction ………………………………………………………………………….. The Main Part ……………………………………………………………………….. Chapter I In Search of America ………………………………………………………………… 1.1. America: Its Image and Reality…………………………………………………… 1.2. The Reasons of Immigration to the USA…………………………………………. 3. . The Importance of Religious Beliefs: “One Nation under God ” ………………… Chapter II The Nation of Immigrants…………………………………………………………… 2.1. American beliefs and values………………………………………………………. 2.2. The Process of Americanization in American History…………………………..... 2.3. Different Views on Americanization ……………………………………………… Chapter III The Mosaic of American Culture……………………………………………………. Chapter IV The Influence of…show more content…
Also the facts we provide would be useful for all those who are interested in this country or who are going to visit it in order to prevent different problems caused by ignorance of inherent peculiarities of the USA. In our scientific work we have examined some books, journals, internet sites providing profound analyses of American history, culture, population, and some newspaper and magazine articles devoted to the culture of the country. Using the historic, comparative, and statistical methods of investigation in our scientific work we studied the mentioned above materials, cited data about the US population by selected ancestry groups, we could define the main countries which had affected the formation of American nation and its language. To distil the complex and rapidly changing nature of America and American life into a balanced survey is a difficult task, but we tried to do our best. We hope that the slides we show in our presentation make our research more interesting, vivid and add to the palette of our scientific work many colorful tones. The given theme has been investigated by us for two years. Thus from abstract work it has developed into scientific research to what the volume of the material we provide testifies. CHAPTER I. IN SEARCH OF AMERICA "America is so vast that almost
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