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Assimilation (Sociology)

Here are entered works on the absorption of a minority group into the culture, values, and social behaviors of the dominant culture. Works on cultural change caused by prolonged contact between social groups, leading to a change in one or both cultures, are entered under Acculturation. Works on the often unacknowledged or inappropriate adoption of elements of a minority culture by members of a dominant culture are entered under Cultural appropriation.

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Filed under: Assimilation (Sociology) Filed under: Assimilation (Sociology) -- Fiction Filed under: Marginality, Social -- FictionFiled under: Assimilation (Sociology) -- United States Filed under: Marginality, Social -- United StatesFiled under: Americanization Filed under: Americanization -- PeriodicalsFiled under: Emigration and immigration -- Psychological aspects Filed under: Immigrants -- Cultural assimilation -- Europe Filed under: Aztecs -- Cultural assimilation -- CongressesFiled under: Indians of North America -- Cultural assimilationFiled under: Marginality, Social Filed under: Marginality, Social -- BrazilFiled under: Marginality, Social -- Central America Filed under: Marginality, Social -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century Filed under: Marginality, Social -- India -- MumbaiFiled under: Marginality, Social -- Japan

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Filed under: Acculturation Filed under: Acculturation -- Papua New Guinea -- Case studiesFiled under: Acculturation -- United States Filed under: Diffusion of innovations -- United States Filed under: Technology transfer -- United States Filed under: Technology transfer -- United States -- International cooperationFiled under: Agriculture -- Technology transfer -- United StatesFiled under: Technology transfer -- Government policy -- United StatesFiled under: Diffusion of innovations

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