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Joaquim Filipe Peres de Castro
universidade fernando pessoa
Brasil
Vol. 7 Núm. 1 (2017), Artículos, páginas 16-37
DOI: https://doi.org/10.17979/relaso.2017.7.1.2007
Enviado: mar 13, 2017 Aceptado: jun 28, 2017 Publicado: nov 8, 2017
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Este estudio aplicó el método mixto y realizó una revisión de la literatura acerca de la acuilturación desde 1895 a 1924 en el American Journal de Sociología. La palabra aculturación apareció d emanera escasa. Aun así, problemáticas relacionadas con la aculturación fueron comunes, por ejemplo: raza, inmigración, colonización, influencia intercultural e incluso género. Aparecieron artículos sobre modelos de asimilación, fusión y multiculturalismo, siendo los de multiculturalismo los dominantes. La investigación mostró que el modelo intercultural se asienta en el S. XIX y en la cultura liberal WASP. AL igual que Herbert Spencer el Jornal, d emanera general, prefirió un contacto intercultural mínimo para alcanzar el mantenimiento y la diversidad culturales. La actitud dominante prefería la adaptación para el mantenimiento de las culturas y, al mismo tiempo, justificaba la superioridad WASP. La integración de categorías de pensamiento diferenciadas comoi razas, géneros y migrantes fueron organizadas, sobre todo, por las narrativas del progreso y del dominio social, siendo un compromiso el mantener separadas las culturas.

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