Discussion Forum for Chapter 5: Why don’t people just get along?

Why don’t people just get along?

For this discussion, students will identify and discuss which early majority-minority interaction patterns are still prevalent today.

In order to prepare for this discussion, you must first complete the following readings.

  • Read Chapter 5- North and West European Americans.
  • Review the relevant sections of Chapter 2, and Chapter 4, that address relation between majority and minority groups.

 

After you have completed your readings, select only ONE of the following questions, and post your response. Choose 1, 2, 3, or 4.

  1. What current day dominant and minority response patterns occurred during the colonial period?
  2. What aspects of the Irish, Dutch or German experience can be applied to current immigrant groups? Select one of these groups and compare them to a specific group today (your choice).
  3. Why didn’t all immigrants desire to become fully participating citizens in the country to which they moved? In your opinion, does this still apply today?
  4. How did immigrants who were seeking religious freedom come to the New World with their own stereotyped beliefs, and how did this impact their relationship with other immigrants?

 

In order to earn the full 100 points for this assignment, you must:

      • Directly and completely respond to the question you have chosen. Clearly and accurately explain your answers based on factual information contained in the readings. Make sure that all statements are supported by facts from the readings. Your post must be cited and referenced in APA style. It must be at least  300 words (80 points)
      • Students must respond to at least one fellow student’s posting, and discuss the reason(s) for their agreement or disagreement with the arguments that are presented. You must address specific points, and support your response with facts from the readings or another source. Your response should be at least 150 words. (20 points)
      • If possible, students should respond to a posting on the question that they did not discuss.
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