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Assimilation; Changing to New Environments

Summary: Changing to new environments posses a lot of challenges and few opportunities. Assimilation is a series of challenges and opportunities that people go through to change to a different environment. In history and literature there are three factors that force you to go through assimilation; they are society, family and your peers/ friends.
Changing to new environments posses a lot of challenges and few opportunities. Assimilation is a series of challenges and opportunities that people go through to change to a different environment. In history and literature there are three factors that force you to go through assimilation; they are society, family and your peers/ friends.

When moving to a different society people must assimilate because of the new ways and cultures of that new society. When foreigners come from different countries they have to assimilate to our culture because they are not used to the ways of our society. In the movie The New Americans an Indian named Anjon could not find his way around Chicago because he doesn't know the streets of America. He had to buy a map in order to find his way around Chicago (James and Quinn). Chicago is one of the most popular cities in...

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