John Warren Seattle, wa Having lived on the border with Mexico for close to 30 yrs. As far as drugs are concerned, as long as Americans keep using drugs, they will be on our streets, and the cartels will rake in billions. No amount of jail sentences, or border patrol personel will change that fact.
Perceptions of Discrimination, Personal Experience with Bias, and Concerns about Safety Experiences with bias and discrimination are relatively common among young people age There is widespread agreement among young people that Muslims face substantial discrimination in the U.
Eighty-four percent of young people say Muslims face a lot of discrimination in the U. Most young people believe that discrimination against Muslims and transgender people is on the rise.
Most young people who experience discrimination believe it is purposeful, and more than four in ten report fearing for their personal safety. About half of young people who have witnessed bias say they have intervened, and are more likely to do so if they know the victim.
Young people report having more conversations about discrimination and bias in the last 12 months. Views of Protests and Social and Political Engagement Young people express more negative than positive views about recent protests and marches, although close to half of young women overall view them favorably.
Young women are more socially and politically active than young men. More than four in ten young people have engaged in the following activities in the last 12 months: Divided by Race, Ethnicity, and Gender Young people support free speech on campus, even if its content is offensive.
Young people as a whole feel more positively about Obama than Trump, but the politics of young people are deeply divided along racial lines. White young people, particularly young white men, express much less positive views of Obama. Nearly one-third of young people, and almost half of white young men, say efforts to increase diversity harm white people.
Young men and women have starkly different views on gender discrimination. Young women are much more likely than men to feel constrained by gender stereotypes. Most young people believe young men face pressure to act in traditionally masculine ways.
Forty-three percent of young people say that pressure to act masculine encourages violent behavior in general. Critical Issues Three issues are cited most often by young people as being critically important to them: Young people of different racial and ethnic backgrounds express substantially divergent priorities.
White young people are also less likely to prioritize the issue of immigration. The priorities of young men and young women differ sharply. Young women are about twice as likely as men to prioritize the issue of LGBT rights: Among white young people, women are far more likely to say race relations are a priority for them.
Views of Political Parties and Leaders Although most young people between the ages of 15 and 24 were too young to vote for Barack Obama, he remains very popular among this age cohort. Young people express somewhat more favorable views of Obama, and much less favorable views of Trump, than the public overall.
Trump is viewed negatively among every racial and ethnic group—although white young people are much more likely than their peers to view the current president favorably.
Negative feelings for Trump are strongest among black young men and women and Hispanic young women.Research Resources Used/ Recommended for Further Reading. Barken, Elliot Robert.
Asian and Pacific Islander Migration to the United States: A . The most amusing part to me of the “57 states” line is that he was running in the primary at the time, and in Democratic primaries, 57 different states and non-state groups vote(the usual 50 plus DC, Puerto Rico, Guam, Marianas, Samoa, Virgin Islands, and Democrats Abroad).
Opponents in both the United States and Mexico complained of “police-state” methods, and Operation Wetback was abandoned. Ever since the discovery of the New World the indigenous peoples have been treated not only unfairly, but also unrealistically pigeonholed into stereotypes.
The eight people being sought, five men and three women. The tragic part of this is that the participants in the study got so angry about not being understood, even though everybody was involved in the SAME struggle of trying to cope effectively with a. I wish I could have been part of this “fail” podcast!
Yes, there is a huge difference between AMs and AFs when it comes to the definition of gender divide. Date Published: 03/ Full Text Ambivalence about Equality in the United States, or, Did Tocqueville Get It Wrong and Why Does That Matter? Jennifer L. Hochschild. Paper prepared for special issue on “Interrupting Oppression and Sustaining Justice,” Social Justice Research, March Running head: “Ambivalence about Equality in the U.