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  • The Aging American Population Essay

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    The Aging American Population The American population has changed dramatically over the last century. Our society has become effected by this in all areas and walks of life. It is unknown what the future holds for America, but the statistical trends in an aging population may shed some light. The

  • Asian American Population Summary

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    There are various implications of the information on population and demographics as well as social-economic statistics of Asians Americans. The article on population statistics and demographics attempts to explain the existing population of Asian Americans and the repercussion that this has on the populace of the United States. Firstly, the population of Asians Americans is on the rise since 1900 and will rise with time. The commentary hints that there will be no popular ethnic group in the United

  • African Americans And The African American Population Essay

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    percent of African American girls of ages 2-11 were obese compared with 15.6% of White girls and 19.9% of African American boys 2-11 were when compared with White boys. In looking at the statistics the African American population continues to suffer through obesity because of the limited access provided as well as other barriers such as poor diet and physical education. African American is consistently one of the top ethnicity suffering obesity. Although in the African American culture they continuously

  • Asian American Population And Asian Americans

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    The Asian American population is a major facet of American life; beginning their lives as immigrants they have worked their way to become integral members of society. In 2010 there were 14.7 million Asian Americans living in the United States and in 2011 that number increased to 18.2 million.1 Culturally, Asian American people have traditions and beliefs that contradict those of the Western world.2 “Culture molds people’s values, attitudes, and beliefs; influences their perceptions of self and others;

  • Asian Americans And Asian American Populations

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    Asian Americans have been migrating to the United States since the 1850’s. The Chinese came over first and decades later, the Japanese, Koreans, and Filipinos followed. All of these Asian American populations faced discrimination, racial hostility, inequality, deportation, and possible death. They paved the way for other Asian American populations wanting to make better lives for themselves and for their families. Today, we have twenty Asian American populations living in the United States. The

  • The Death Of The Native American Population

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    Suicide in the Native American Population of the Northeastern United States While the Native American population encounters many health disparities; of growing concern, is the rates of suicide among these communities. The U.S. National Library of Medicine defines health disparities as “the variation in rates of disease occurrence and disabilities between socioeconomic and /or geographically defined population groups”. When looking at the Native American population of the northeastern United States

  • African American Population Analysis

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    During the 1840’s the Northeast has the lower African American population. While Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire has the lowest population by percentage of African American. Maryland having the highest population by percentage of African American in the Northeast. While in the southeast the highest population by percentage of African American is 55+ percent. The lowest percentage by population of African American in the United States during the 1840’s is 20-24.99 percentage range. The states Kentucky

  • The Asian Indian American Population

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    Introduction The Asian Indian-American population increases dramatically every year. In 2010, a total number of 2,843,391 Asian Indian-American live in the United States. According to The U.S. Census Bureau, the Asian Indian-American population has grown to 130%, which is 10 times of the national average of 3% within 1990 to 2000. Particularly in 2010, Maryland’s Asian Indians population is 25.2%. They are the largest group among the Asian American population in Maryland. The ever-increasing migration

  • The And Native American Populations

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    the Native Americans was a perfectly justifiable action. They were uncivilized, and thus must be welcoming of their attempts to convert them to a more advanced manner of living. At the same time, however, they must have notions of owning land, of claiming sections of the Earth as their own, of trade and association of certain objects with high value. This, however, was a paradoxical viewpoint. The main problem that resulted from the intermixing of European and Native American populations was a misunderstanding

  • Minority Crossover : African American Population

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    from one population, historically the white American population, wanting more power over another population, more often the African American population. From these power struggles, racism and discrimination developed and were even more strengthened from the development of slavery in the US and further on with segregation in the 1900s. From slavery, segregation, and racism, health disparities developed in the African American population that have continued to this day. African Americans generally