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Mary Catherine Sengstock, American Sociology educator. Sengstock, Mary Catherine was born on March 24, 1936 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Certified clinical sociology, 1985. Board of directors United Community Superior vena cava syndrome, Detroit, since 1986, Holy Cross Hospital, Detroit, 1978-1989, Help Elderly Maintain Independence and Dignity, Detroit, since 1986, Social Program Evaluators and Cons. Associations, Detroit, since 1984. 30133/?tag prabook0b-20. Daughter of John A. and Ida (Tobie) Walsh.
The Chaldean Americans: Changing Conceptions of Ethnic Identity. Encouraging people from different cultural backgrounds to get along with each other has long been a concern in American society. Multicultural families offer an opportunity to examine th. More).
changing conceptions of ethnic identity. 1st ed. by Mary C. Sengstock.
Chaldean Americans is an analysis of a small but important ethnic minority. Particularly in the last 30 years of the twentieth century, Chaldeans are illustrative of the impact of the influx of the new immigrant wave which followed the change in American immigration laws in the late 1960s. Chaldeans also illustrate the characteristics of ethnic communities in general and their adaption to American society and culture. This book is the only comprehensive analysis of the social and cultural dimensions of the Iraqi community in the Detroit Metropolitan Area at the time of publication. Date of Publication 1999.
by Mary C. Chaldean Americans are often mistaken for other ethnic groups in the United States, specifically Arab Americans. Chaldean Americans are descendants of people from the northern Tigris-Euphrates Valley, presently located in the Middle Eastern nation of Iraq. Like most ethnic groups, Chaldean Americans have also been affected by cultural differences between the immigrant generation and their children and grandchildren born in the United States.
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An Analysis of the Place of Race Culture and Diversity in American Society. 2. Hearing the Voices of Persons From Culturally Diverse Families.
While this problem exists through life for persons from multicultural backgrounds, the tension is particularly acute for children, whose identities and socialization experiences are still in formation. With parents from different cultural backgrounds, as well as school and community experiences giving that might question their diverse heritage, children are likely to experience distressing confusion. An Analysis of the Place of Race Culture and Diversity in American Society.
Mary C. Sengstock (1999). Chaldean Americans: Changing Conceptions of Ethnic Identity. Mary C. Sengstock (2005). Chaldeans in Michigan. Michigan State University Press. Center for Migration Studies. ISBN 978-1-57703-013-3.