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Will you please help me with the following? Using the attached document, I need to summarize what I learned from this activity in a 350-700 word analysis of the advantages of a multicultural society and labor force. I have to use the following questions to guidemywriting:

How has U.S. society used each groupâ??s culture to construct the group identity? How has each group been stereotyped? How accurate are these stereotypes?

How does the social concept of race relate to each group? What prejudice has each group faced?

How do the behavior and thinking patterns of U.S. culture apply to each group, especially regarding class systems and employment?

Thank you.

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Hi and thank you for using Brainmass. Often, the hardest thing to do is to summarize a massive amount of information into something so concise, limited by a few hundred words. We cannot detail each race, each cultural group but we have to present what we can view at a conclusive level. Do not worry, the solution below should get you started. If you have any questions regarding the solution, you can let me know via the feedback section. Good luck with your paper and your studies! A word version has been attached for easy download and printing.

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Multicultural Worksheet Analysis

Completing the Matrix has forced me to look at the varied ethnic groups that compose American society and the varied stereotypes that prevail about them. In some cases, the stereotypes have become the mainstream representation of these ethnic groups which can lead to bias and misrepresentation. America, as a society has been ruled by the majority and each ethnic group has been judged according ...

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The solution is a 544-word narrative that provides assistance in putting together a summary of a multicultural matrix that tackles group identity, race and prejudice, thinking patterns and class systems. references are listed for expansion. A word version of the solution is attached for easy printing.

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