How did you hear about the city of Los Angeles.? ( Questions of job experiences) What are personal experiences working in a steel/clothing company? How did you feel working at these companies? Did you ever have any other choices working in other jobs besides factories? Did you encounter any hostile uncomfortable situations in the workforce?
In the article The Managed Hand: The Commercialization of Bodies and Emotions in Korean Immigrant Owned Nail Salons written by Miliann Kang the author gave various examples of how working can have an emotional and physical impact on someone. And also how employees must act professionally in the work environment at all costs. In the article Kang goes on to explain how immigrant Korean nail artists in New York City and later lead into gendered labor. Overall, this author was written to inform people about labor conditions that have an influence over our mind and bodies. There was also a conducted study to analyze and compare three different racial and socioeconomically nail salons in diverse areas in order to “map out” the physical and emotional dimensions of body labor.
(2013) The Moral Economy of Violence in the US Inner City Chicago Journals Field Research conducted in a predominately Puerto Rican neighborhood located inside Philadelphia’s northern section captures true life events. Interviews, statistics, and moral compasses are used to examine The Moral Economy of Violence in the inner city. Bringing forth how an individual’s Scio-economic environment influences morality and decision making through the eyes of Philadelphia’s inhabitants. Bureau of Justice Assistance (1994) Understanding Community Policing A Frame work for
The political rally presents a social situation that demonstrates several relations of authority. At the recent Bernie Sanders rally in Oakland, California, two authority relations of particular interest were that between rally leader/follower and parent/child. Interactions between these groups of individuals were recorded in the form of field notes. In these notes, I recorded details of interpersonal relations with respect to spatiality, authority figures, verbal and nonverbal communication, and larger societal forces. These notes, along with connections to the writings of sociologists Stanley Milgram, Max Weber, and Émile Durkheim, were used to substantiate claims pertaining to sociological authority and obedience.
To a great extent, Diego Rivera’s artistic work portrayed and embraced Socialism in Mexico. Rivera’s participation in the Mexican Communist Party added depth and meaning to his work by overshadowing many global socialist movements. Much of his Socialist work was attributed to his lucid observations of social inequality, progressive ideas and educational environment in Mexico and Europe. Rivera’s outlook on life developed during the “Porfiriato” Era (1876-1910) under the dictatorship of Porfirio Diaz. Many of the Socialist ideas portrayed by his work are seen by capturing vivid moments of the working class during the Mexican Revolution (1910).
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The Mexican-American culture and ethnicity is expanding in the U.S. both from education growth and social growth. The book presentation that was given by Jim Estrada was very impacting and gave me much knowledge about my background. Estrada gave many key points during his book signing one which he spoke of was that the Mexican-American ethnicity spent more than 1.5 trillion dollars in consumer product across the U.S., yearly. This is enormously important to the marketing and sell product of the United States which both affects economy and society. Eliminating or trying to take away this ethnicity group will demoralize the United States as a whole, for the core of this country I believe is the Mexican-American ethnicity.
Amanda Faller Crystal Maldonado Christi Guzman Quantitative Reasoning Mexican Immigrants to the United States In this research paper our main focus is Mexican Immigrants. We will discuss the rate of Mexican Immigrants coming to the United States. We will also talk about the population density in the U.S. We will cover the lifestyle in Mexico and the possible reasons as to why they may have migrated here. Our main focus about Mexican Immigrants is to find out the difference in rate from 2005-2015. We are going to do research on the majorities of immigrant that migrate to the United States and in which ways those people have contributed to the country and in which way they have help the country grow.
World War I allowed for many for many Mexicans, documented and undocumented, to obtain jobs in the U.S. as the county needed workers to ease the ongoing labor shortage. The assimilation of Mexicans was made more apparent as Mexicans desired to obtain constitutional rights, causing for many to feel like Americans. Mexican American veterans of the war became active in politics to fight for the rights of Mexican Americans. After the war, new organizations such as the Hijos de México and La Orden de Hijos de América focused on helping members obtain their U.S. citizenship. The organizations would eventually merge to form LULAC, the League of United Latin American Citizens, and focus on reaching social, economic, and racial
The book starts with Chicago's humble beginnings and follows the great technological innovations that transformed the entire west into Chicago’s hinterland. Cronon starts by explaining the importance of water transport to the city which was subsequently usurped by rail transport. Transportation continues to be one of the most important factors of the book and is continuously referenced as Cronon writes about Chicago's growth. It played such an important role in the book because it allowed Chicago to send and receive commodities. Nature's Metropolis is organised around commodity flows and understanding how humans actions result in environmental change.
Civilization is what comes from society, ways of life and culture in a particular area, according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary online. Professor Benson went over culture and other aspects of what a civilization is more thoroughly, in Chapter 1: Early Civilizations Lecture, to mention hierarchy, art, religion, technology, science, economy, urbanization, unification, and records. Through reading both the lecture and the textbook, it’s been learned that civilizations developments can depend on environmental factors which can shape what they trade to other civilizations and the type of work the people of the civilizations did in order to survive or live in comfort. Mesopotamia would be an example of how from using their surroundings people developed a culture and way of life. Mesopotamia