It is one of the bitterest apportionments of a lot of slavery, that the negro, sympathetic and assimilative
, after acquiring, in a refined family, the tastes and feelings which form the atmosphere of such a place, is not the less liable to become the bond-slave of the coarsest and most brutal,--just as a chair or table, which once decorated the superb saloon, comes, at last, battered and defaced, to the barroom of some filthy tavern, or some low haunt of vulgar debauchery.
PI: Lynn Shay Institution: University of Miami Title: Three-Dimensional Gulf Circulation and Biogeochemical Processes Unveiled by State-of-the-Art Profiling Float Technology and Data Assimilative
If it doesn't then we have to be critical of it and we have to label it assimilative
There is another aspect that should be taken into consideration -- the sobering impact of the assimilative
cultural ethos of the Hindu civilization.
He characterized most types of play as having assimilative
qualities, in which children took existing aspects of their experience and made them meaningful through playful actions.
Like every country that has a minority population that calls for assimilative
approaches in the interest of its well-being and political credibility, China too needs to consider the Uighurs as an integral part of its identity rather than a group of people that occupies land and benefits due to its oil and mineral wealth.
Within this context, actions that other scholars have read as assimilative
can be seen as strategies for survival.
The results seem to have suggested that, contrary to my expectations, the participants' responses were contrastive rather than assimilative
As the decade ended, indigenous groups issued Citizen Plus (1970) as a direct refutation of this federal assimilative
But is there data proving that American culture has lost its assimilative
Stantec Consulting Limited was hired to complete an Assimilative
Capacity Study on Fairchild Creek for $64,470 plus HST, in accordance with the their work plan of the Cainsville Lagoons.
Cast as a cultural conflict between "two worlds" (the East versus the West) and an assimilative
tension betwixt "two cultures" (Asia and the United States), this thematic is epitomized in Amy Tan's The Joy Luck Club (1989), a popular yet oft-dismissed text within Asian-American literature.