Assimilation Analysis In Sociology

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Assimilation can be described as the process whereby outsiders, immigrants, or subordinate groups become indistinguishable within the dominant host society, eventually conforming to the existing cultural norms of society. Many Muslims reject any call for assimilation. For them, assimilation is tantamount to a loss of cultural, religious, ethnic identity, and an expectation of conformity to the norms of the majority. But sometimes is not a conscious choice. Unluckily, assimilation has proven to be an unreal goal. Despite submitting to the dominant culture by imitating its custom and behaviors, it is impossible for it to be the same. Muslims can mimic European culture and convince themselves that nothing is happening around them, but to the…show more content…
Capitalism destroys natural cooperation, producing a sense of loneliness. On the other hand, the capitalist confronts the workers among themselves to detect which of them produces more, works faster and pleases the boss more, generating hostility among coworkers. In capitalist society workers are alienated from their own human potential. Individuals are becoming less and less human beings and are reduced to the role of beasts of burden or inhuman machines. Consciousness becomes numb, and the result is a mass of people unable to express their specifically human capacities, a mass of alienated workers. We can see this phenomena clearly pictured in the film. As it has been said earlier, Rafal does not have the feeling of authenticity of his own self. This is not just because of his job, but because of the predominant culture he is surrounded by, forcing him to give a catholic funeral to his mother and normalizing despising…show more content…
On average, 17% of Muslim respondents think that no law prohibits discrimination, and 14% do not know if such legislation exists. This means that one in three does not know that they have, and can claim, a right to non-discrimination. However surveys also show that the majority of them trusts the police and the justice system even more than non-Muslim citizens. In summary the alignment or alienation is the phenomenon of suppressing the personality deprive the individual of his personality or undo the personality of the individual controlling and nullifying their free will to make the person dependent on what is dictated by a dominating culture in which the alienated remains within. The alienated man presents himself as the paradigm of an entire society, the Polish one. Portraying all the rich societies that, crouched behind their barbed wire, hold their breath, trusting that the others will pass

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