Author: William P. Leahy, SJPublish On: 1991-01-01
Moreover , the gradual emergence of coeducational classes in Catholic institutions of higher learning manifested the willingness of some Catholics to adapt to the American social and educational environment .
Author: William P. Leahy, SJ
Publisher: Georgetown University Press
Professor Leahy recounts the academic tensions between religious beliefs and intellectual inquiry, and explore the social changes that have affected higher education and American Catholicism throughout this century. He attempts to explain why the significant growth of Catholic colleges and universities was not always matched by concomitant academic esteem in the larger world of American higher education.
In this section, the paper will examine the wired side of divorce among the Sudanese, the price of being single for a Sudanese, and how their immigration to America triggers the death of marital unions between the immigrants.
The book is written from a multicultural perspective exploring such general issues as acculturation, assimilation and psychological adjustment of immigrants as it applies to the Russian immigrants.
Author: Vera Kishinevsky
Publisher: Lfb Scholarly Pub Llc
Category: Social Science
Kishinevsky's study surveys the acculturation of and response to American culture by three generations of Russian immigrant women. Kishinevsky tells the stores of three generations of women who immigrated to the United States from Russia and satellite states, inviting the reader into their reality and presenting their worldviews, attitudes and perspectives through powerful and exciting life stories. She interviewed five triads of immigrant women (retired grandmothers, midlife mothers and teenage daughters). Her analysis of these powerful pieces yields unexpected conclusions about the strength of family ties and intergenerational influences that continue to shape the worldview of young Russian-Americans. The book is written from a multicultural perspective exploring such general issues as acculturation, assimilation and psychological adjustment of immigrants as it applies to the Russian immigrants.
This work examines how mainland Chinese refugees (MCRs) under diaspora conditions, indentify themselves and adapt to their new environment in Canada.
Author: Guang Tian
Publisher: Edwin Mellen Press
Category: Social Science
This work examines how mainland Chinese refugees (MCRs) under diaspora conditions, indentify themselves and adapt to their new environment in Canada. It probes how MCRs draw upon and reflect transnational social fields or imagined communities.
An examination of the U.S.–China relationship that charts a new path for America focusing on its existing advantages Ryan Hass charts a path forward in America’s relationship and rivalry with China rooted in the relative advantages ...
Author: Ryan Hass
Publisher: Yale University Press
Category: Political Science
An examination of the U.S.–China relationship that charts a new path for America focusing on its existing advantagesRyan Hass charts a path forward in America’s relationship and rivalry with China rooted in the relative advantages America already possesses. Hass argues that while competition will remain the defining trait of the relationship, both countries will continue to be impacted—for good or ill—by their capacity to coordinate on common challenges that neither can solve on its own, such as pandemic disease, global economic recession, climate change, and nuclear nonproliferation.Hass makes the case that the United States will have greater success in outpacing China economically and outshining it in questions of governance if it focuses more on improving its own condition at home than on trying to impede Chinese initiatives. He argues that the task at hand is not to stand in China’s way and turn a rising power into an enemy in the process but to renew America’s advantages in its competition with China.
By comparing choices of farmers who face different conditions, the model uncovers how farmers adapt. In this paper, we apply this technique to study how climate affects the crop choice of Latin American farmers. We quantify which crops ...
Author: Niggol Seo
Publisher: World Bank Publications
Abstract: The authors explore how Latin American farmers adapt to climate by changing crops. They develop a multinomial choice model of farmer's choice of crops. Estimating the model across over 2,000 farmers in seven countries, they find that both temperature and precipitation affects the crops that Latin American farmers choose. Farmers choose fruits and vegetables in warmer locations and wheat and potatoes in cooler locations. Farms in wetter locations are more likely to grow rice, fruits, and squash, and in dryer locations maize and potatoes. Global warming will cause Latin American farmers to switch away from wheat and potatoes toward fruits and vegetables. Predictions of the impact of climate change must reflect not only changes in yields or net revenues per crop but also crop switching.
Films examined in include Ordinary People, The Women of Brewster Place, and Interview with the Vampire. Contains bandw photos. Paper edition (unseen), $24.95. No index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Author: Barbara Tepa Lupack
Publisher: Popular Press
Category: Performing Arts
Essays analyze ten popular films adapted from contemporary American fiction by women, addressing the ways in which the writers' feminist messages are reinterpreted and examining the extent to which filmmakers adapt, retain, or erase the feminist content of the original fiction. Films examined in include Ordinary People, The Women of Brewster Place, and Interview with the Vampire. Contains bandw photos. Paper edition (unseen), $24.95. No index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
The third generation might have been more successful in adapting to American ways if Fethullah GülenГs Islamic propaganda and ... the pull of America, to maNe them more liberal and adapt to American ways2mirror their difficulties.
Author: Belma Ötüş Baskett
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Category: Political Science
This collection of essays discusses various aspects of the experiences of Turkish immigrants in the United States, and of US expatriates in Turkey. It explores the predicament of the Turkish-American element on US soil, in a manner paralleling already existent disciplines such as Italian-American Studies and German-American Studies, and assembles disparate research on the subject. As such, it will serve to herald in print the launching of a new paradigm, Turkish-American Studies. The volume fits within transnational American Studies, but also develops its own approach, which is what constitutes its novelty.
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