Immigration in The United States
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This paper examines the theory of social representation of immigrants in the United States based on wealth, race, culture, or political representation. The paper also considers that society's use of social representation cannot be justified because prejudice harms people.
From the Paper:"Why do some people live in poverty, while other people are rich? Why are some immigrants accepted in the United States, while other immigrants are not? These questions are important in making sense of the way society runs. In society, the lives of people are based on their income, race, or other political grouping. The theoretical theory of social representation of immigrants in the United States has been based on..."
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